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The FAA's air traffic control system is at "increased and unnecessary risk" from cyber-attacks and other threats, according to a government report released this week. The analysis by the Government Accountability Office found weaknesses in controlling access to computer systems, encrypting sensitive data, and implementing security programs.

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Experts respond to an Op-Ed essay, “The Risks of Climate Engineering.”

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With the general election fast approaching, which engineering issues would you most like to see politicians address in their manifestos?

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Analytical Chemistry: A new assay provides a simpler way to quantify toxic methylmercury without time-consuming separation techniques

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Micro-drones are already being put to use in a large number of areas: These small aircraft face extensive requirements when performing aerial observation tasks or when deployed in the field of disaster management. A newly developed concept summarizes these challenges.

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To support designers and developers in research activities, Rohde & Schwarz (R&S) has developed a test setup for bandwidth-hungry applications in the millimeter wave range.

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Today, BlackBerry has announced the launch of its new smartphone called 'BlackBerry Leap' for 4G LTE network at the company's Mobile World Congress 2015 press conference. Priced at about $275, the mid-range smartphone has full touchscreen unlike BlackBerry Passport and...

BlackBerry Leap: An All-touch Smartphone For 4G LTE Network

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Set to become the country's largest water infrastructure program, effort is expected to create some 4,000 jobs.

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Small semi-aqueous arthropods, such as mosquitoes and water striders, are free to go about their waterborne business thanks to their unique leg-based adaptations, which repel water and allow them to float freely on the surface.

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