Remains of Ohio fighter pilot shot down in WWII identified

Authorities have positively identified the remains of an Army Air Forces pilot from Ohio who died when his plane was shot down over Germany during World War II, the Defense Department announced Thursday.

Can hybrid reefs defend the coasts?

The U.S. military has an idea to save its seaside bases from some of their most relentless foes: flooding, erosion and storm surge.

Researchers discover a master regulator of plant immunity

The demonstration that a regulatory protein linked to stress responses in plants also serves as a master switch for anti-pathogen immunity could help breeders develop more pest-resistant and climate-resilient crops.

An on-chip time-lens generates ultrafast pulses

Femtosecond pulsed lasers—which emit light in ultrafast bursts lasting a millionth of a billionth of a second—are powerful tools used in a range of applications from medicine and manufacturing, to sensing and precision ...

page 3 from 40