RIT leads development of next-generation infrared detectors
Cheaper, larger and better infrared detectors grown on silicon wafers could give more scientists access to infrared astronomy and further spur the hunt for exoplanets and the study of the universe's acceleration. Closer to ...
Laser shoots down drones at sea (w/ Video)
Raytheon turns iPhones into battlefield tools
US defense contractor Raytheon on Wednesday unveiled the first of what it said will be a series of software applications to make iPhones or iPod touch devices into battlefield tools.
Heat-Transfer Material Could Allow More Powerful Radar Electronics
(PhysOrg.com) -- Open any computer and you're sure to see at least one massive cooling device, complete with metal fins and a noisy fan. Today's high-power processing chips generate lots of heat -- and those ...