SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have given the first demonstration of 3-D imaging of objects through walls using ordinary wireless signal. The technique, which involves two drones working in tandem, could have a variety of applications, such as emergency search-and-rescue, archaeological discovery and structural monitoring. 2 months
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'Coffee-ring effect' harnessed to provide rapid, low-cost analysis of tap water
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New approach makes lightest automotive metal more economic, useful
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Self-powered paper-based 'SPEDs' may lead to new medical-diagnostic tools
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Turning human waste into plastic, nutrients could aid long-distance space travel
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Cyborg bacteria outperform plants when turning sunlight into useful compounds
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The secret life of slugs and snails
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Revolutionary electric delivery vehicle tech prototyped
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On a mountain in Wyoming, the eclipse brings wonder — and, hopefully, answers
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