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On October 10, 2006, Atlantic Airways Flight 670 overran the runway at Stord Airport in Norway, and careened off a nearby cliff
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After playing games with his son, a Duke physician invented a medical tool that could put ultrasound imaging in the hands of more doctors
MIT engineers have developed an app that uses smartphone sensors to determine why your car's making that funny noise
On April 5, 1991, Atlantic Southeast Airlines Flight 2311 was making a routine landing. Suddenly, the plane tilts dangerously to the left
A waterfront neighborhood in Toronto will be a test bed for technological innovations. It also raises concerns about privacy.
That fateful discovery helped give us nuclear power reactors and the atomic bomb
His work has become the seeds of a tech revolution that is rapidly changing our lives
Stanford researchers claim they can detect the lung infection more accurately than an experienced radiologist. Some radiologists aren't so sure.
Toward the end of WWI, it became clear to the U.S. government that pilots needed parachutes to better save their lives
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Scientists have engineered sugarcane to increase its oil content, and they are developing renewable jet aircraft fuel from the oil
Aviation pioneer Wiley Post needed an oxygenated pressure suit to survive a high-altitude transcontinental flight. Enter engineer Russell Colley
Fruit flies have a unique way of matching data, which could teach scientists to create better, faster search algorithms
The toilet kit, from a Japanese design studio, is part of wave of interest in design fixes for the problems created by disasters
Driver aid systems and self-driving vehicle control systems could override a driver who is trying to strike people
An anonymous writer's spinoff of Cervantes' masterpiece showed the peril and potential of new printing technology
Researchers at Iowa State University are using a new technique involving the UV-light producing device to curb bad odors
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