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Our work with the BBC's Animals With Cameras showed one family of meerkats had excavated a huge tangle of tunnels.
Knowing about hailstones in advance would be preferable.
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New "dual-pol" weather radars promise to spot large hailstones forming inside thunderstorms, giving people a heads-up when it's about to hail.
It will be quick and it will be hot.
1967 promotional image for the Amana Radarange
It's been five decades of microwave popcorn and piping hot leftovers in home kitchens. A serendipitous discovery helped engineers harness radar to create this now ubiquitous timesaving appliance.
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Without a human operator on board, how can a drone steer clear of collisions? Technology from autonomous cars can help.
‘Bee calling hive, come in hive. We got some good stuff here…’
Tracking the flight of the bumblebee teaches us how they use plants – and how we can help them.
Nanophotonics uses photons to do amazing things.
Nanophotonics deals with photons at the nanometre scale, and it's set to transform everything from internet speeds to turning your smartphone into a portable science lab.
Modern technology is helping archaeologists to discover buried sites without risking to damage them.
The face-off between Russia and the West in Syria is giving both sides a chance to try out their new high-tech weaponry.
Still no signal.
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As the biggest ever hunt for a missing plane continues, many are beginning to wonder if we will ever know what happened to Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. If the plane has crashed, it has been suggested…
Dolphins have inspired British engineers to create a new type of radar device that could track miners trapped underground…