Computer scientists take the 'why' out of WiFi

"People expect WiFi to work, but there is also a general understanding that it’s just kind of flakey," said Stefan Savage, one of the UCSD computer science professors who led development of an automated, enterprise-scale ...

ISS crew watches Hurricane Felix

The Expedition 15 crew aboard the International Space Station made several observations of Hurricane Felix during the weekend.

Study explores real factors behind declining housing prices

Housing prices are likely to fall further, but not for the reasons usually cited, according to an "Economic Commentary" published by the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland and co-authored by University of Wisconsin-Madison ...

Software enables 'thoroughly modern milling'

An engineer at Washington University in St. Louis has helped find a way to "cut the chatter" in high-speed machining of aluminum and titanium aircraft parts.

Laser blasts viruses in blood

A father-son research team working from separate laboratory benches across the country has discovered a new use for lasers - zapping viruses out of blood. The technique, which holds promise for disinfecting blood for transfusions, ...

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