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Forest service will have a new weapon to battle wildfires with this summer. It's an airplane-mounted sensor that can measure heat on the ground with precision, producing a heat map showing active fires, hot spots and areas that are smoldering. Called
Ames Research Center have created the equivalent of an "electronic nose" a sensor chip that uses carbon nano-tube technology to detect various toxics. Government Invention of the Year Award and has already been used on the International Space Station
Ames Research Center in Mountain View has been spared from President Obama's proposed budget cuts...I can't think of anything more exciting," W... share this story reader
Ames Research Center is embroiled in what is either a scandal or a witch-hunt over accusations that secret rocket propulsion technology was given to China...They write that "we are deeply concerned that political pressure may be a factor" in why the
Photos Google wowed the City Council on Tuesday with its most detailed presentation yet on its North Bayshore development plans, but council members were hesitant to embrace the company's plans for a bridge over Stevens Creek. David Radcliffe, Google'
Amazing artwork from the 1970s shows scientists' vision of creating settlements in space...But in 1975, Princeton physicist Gerard O'Neill brought together scientists, engineers, students, and artists from across the country and asked them to
Photos A local building that draws more electricity than the entire city of Mountain View turns 25 next week. Ames Research Center is hard to miss from the Stevens Creek Trail, where its larger-than-a-football-field mouth sucks up air from across the
Mars rover Curiosity has completed initial experiments showing that the mineralogy of Martian soil is similar to soils of volcanic origin in Hawaii. The minerals were identified in the first sample of Martian soil ingested recently by the rover. Ames
Institute in Mountain View holds what he believed was a meteorite found in Novato, Calif., on Oct. 21, 2012. Calif.- After a fireball streaked across the Bay Area sky last Wednesday evening, scientists and locals alike were on the hunt for pieces of
43 Washington: A large state-of-the-art telescope when combined with speckle imaging techniques helped astronomers produce the sharpest ground-based snapshots ever obtained of Pluto and its largest companion Charon in visible light.