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NuSTAR, the latest space telescope, launched

June 14, 2012 NuSTAR was launched off the wing of an airplane this week.

Get ready, because Voyager I is very close to leaving our solar system

June 14, 2012 We're on the cusp of one of the greatest scientific accomplishments of all time, but we may not know when the moment strikes. Or, rather, there may be no ...

ICANN reveals names, Amazon, Google go in big

June 13, 2012 Nearly 2,000 new address names were submitted to the program.

Justice Department investigating cable companies' fear of streaming video

June 13, 2012 The investigation will focus on issues such as setting data limits.

Is the high-tech ID another form of security theatre?

June 12, 2012 Drivers in New Jersey and other states are facing longer lines in the Federal government's efforts to require still more proofs of identity in order to ...

Biochip could diagnose flu strains in minutes

June 12, 2012 Brown researchers have developed a new gene amplification process.

Obama administration weighing more aggressive medical isotope policies

June 11, 2012 White House said it would look to favor buying medical isotopes produced without the use of bomb-grade uranium.

CIA’s research investment focus shifts from missiles to big data

June 11, 2012 One-third of the companies in In-Q-Tel’s portfolio are in Silicon Valley.

Pentagon takes nano-approach to eliminating viruses

June 11, 2012 DARPA wants to microscopically treat diseases.

Pentagon experiments with bomb-sniffing rats

June 8, 2012 The army has spent more than $100,000 on the first phase of the project.