NASA Discovered a ‘Disturbing’ Glacier Hole Two-Thirds the Size of Manhattan
A new study from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory found that 14 billion tons of ice have almost entirely disappeared from Thwaites Glacier in the last three years.
A ‘Quantum Radar’ System Will Watch for Stealth Aircraft and Missiles in the Arctic
Canada is investing $2.7 million to develop quantum radar technology.
This 1960s Radar Technology Is Making a Comeback in Self Driving Cars
An Israeli company is giving cars x-ray vision.
This 70-Mile-Wide Blob Over Colorado Turns Out to Be Migrating Butterflies
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Google Pushes New Automated Journalism Project in the UK
Can algorithms save local news?
Meteorologists Are Using Eye-Tracking Tech to Improve Weather Forecasting
NOAA Forecasters will be able to sift through more data faster after reviewing their own eye patterns.
The US Air Force’s Updated E-3G Radar Planes Are Vulnerable to Hacks
Ironically, the downside to having modern computers in planes lies in their susceptibility to that most contemporary of threats—hacking.
Watch this Sensor Effortlessly Identify Different Objects with Radar
Researchers say RadarCat will revolutionize how people interact with a computer.
The Future of Border Securing Technology Is Here and It’s Terrifying
Drones, 3D holograms, cameras with body heat detection, and a 360-degree radar surveillance.
This Journalist Is Helping Isolated Communities Share Their Stories Using Cell Phones
Libby is the founder of On Our Radar, a platform that allows citizen journalists in isolated communities around the world to share their experiences, using nothing more powerful than a text.
Europe's Last Dictatorship Is Opposed by the Oldest Exiled Government in the World
The Rada of the Belarusian Democratic Republic has improbably survived two world wars, 70 years of Soviet occupation, and nearly a century in exile.
A Weather Tracking Black Hole Is Helping Uncover the Mysteries of Tornadoes
"The reality is we probably truly underestimate the number of tornadoes."