Several new technologies being developed in the military are merging humans and machines.
A proposed device would create a veil of heated, ionized air to bend shock waves around people, vehicles or other objects.
The U.S.'s newest military drone could someday transport troops or wounded soldiers.
Researchers have used graphene -- an atom-thick sheet of carbon -- as a sensor that can detect energetic T-rays. Continue reading →
Engineers are working on a next-generation submarine that would fly through water in an air bubble. Continue reading →
The material would expand instantly to several times larger than its original size and serve as a bulletproof barrier. Continue reading →
"Battlestar Galactica" fans, tell me, after the show ended, did a part of your soul die a little? Did follow-up attempts like "Caprica" fail miserably in living up to Battlestar's legacy? I hear you. In an attempt to bring more meaning into your life, five ambitious high school nerds are working to...
Sound widens and thins out the flames, making them easier to put out.
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