For decades, pilots heading into or out of Wichita Eisenhower National Airport in southeast Kansas have had three runways to choose from: 1L/19R, 1R/19L, and 14/32.
For the first time, China has overtaken the United States in terms of the total number of science publications, according to statistics compiled by the US National Science Foundation (NSF).
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Researchers discovered that a toothpaste ingredient could be used as a drug against strains of malaria resistant to existing drugs.
NUS Engineers Invent Tiny Vision Processing Chip for Ultra-Small Smart Vision Systems and IoT Applications
EQSCALE is a new microchip that captures visual details from video frames using 20 times less power than existing chips.
A Dartmouth College research study found the COMPAS computer program performed about as well as humans at predicting recidivism.
New hardware applies electric fields to manipulate droplets of chemical or biological solutions around a surface, mixing them to test thousands of reactions in parallel.
Researchers in Japan used the K supercomputer to show incorporating satellite data at frequent intervals into weather prediction models can improve weather predictions.
On a clear day this summer, security researcher Ang Cui boarded a boat headed to a government biosafety facility off the northeastern tip of Long Island.
A new method using two types of computing technology can predict how well a deaf child can learn language after receiving cochlear implant surgery.
Researchers say they have developed a new dynamic statistical model to visualize changing patterns in networks.
Kettering University researchers are participating in the AutoDrive Challenge, in which teams convert a Chevrolet Bolt into a Level 4 autonomous vehicle.
Researchers at the University of California, Riverside say they are trying to protect important but outdated computers and software still in use by securing legacy systems.
Turing Laureate Whitfield Diffie explains why the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation is unable to break the encryption on your smartphone.
In 2013, James "Jimi" Crawford founded a company called Orbital Insight, barely noticed at the time amid the Silicon Valley froth.
Half a century ago, astronomers observed their first pulsar: a dead, distant, ludicrously dense star that emitted pulses of radiation with remarkable regularity.
In 2013, a teenager named Jann Horn attended a reception in Berlin hosted by Chancellor Angela Merkel. He and 64 other young Germans had done well in a government-run competition designed to encourage students to pursue scientific research.
Researchers have developed a frequency comb they think could encrypt data and bolster the security of cryptocurrency.
The FlowMachines project has produced the first entire studio album co-created by artists and artificial intelligence.
Artificial intelligence programs from China and the U.S. last week outperformed humans in a global reading comprehension test