Professor Debra Laefer from NYU's Center for Urban Science and Progress (CUSP), in collaboration with Professor Aoife Gowen and Zohreh Zahiri from the University College Dublin, recently demonstrated for the first time the ...
University of Adelaide researchers are developing low-cost technology which can 'talk' to structures like bridges and aeroplanes to monitor their structural health and assess them for damage.
The fabled ivory carvings from the ancient Phoenician city of Arslan Tash—literally meaning "Stone Lion"—may appear a dull monochrome in museums today, but they glittered with brilliant blue, red, gold and other colors ...
A team of BYU engineers has found that by listening to how a highway bridge sings in the rain they can determine serious flaws in the structure.
Non-destructive testing (NDT) technology developed with EU funding should boost the competitiveness of numerous European plastics manufacturers by decreasing lost money and time due to part failures.
Radio signals reach pilots on board an aircraft through the "radar dome", the rounded nose of the aircraft. But if errors occur during the production of this "nose", - tiny foreign particles, drops of water or air bubbles ...
Purpose-built, ultra-modern and ready to fight environmental destruction on the high seas, Greenpeace's latest campaign ship, Rainbow Warrior III, made its maiden voyage Wednesday.
Greenpeace launched its latest weapon in the fight against environmental destruction Friday -- a multi-million-euro purpose-built campaign ship named Rainbow Warrior III.
Greenpeace unveiled a new weapon in its campaign against environmental destruction on Monday -- a 23 million euro ($33.4 million) ship dubbed the Rainbow Warrior III.
In a vast hangar in a north German shipyard, environmental pressure group Greenpeace's latest weapon is nearing completion: the state-of-the-art Rainbow Warrior III.