Questions Of STEM Savvy Officers Could Put U.S. Army In Venerable Position

By Lisa Myers | July 22, 2021

The value of education in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) has been heavily emphasized in an effort to meet labor demands and ensure a …

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Earth’s Current Anti-Asteroid Technology Falls Short Of NASA’s Hypothetical Collision

By Sean Thomas | July 16, 2021

In a recent “table-top” exercise, NASA and its peers posed a thought-provoking challenge, which asked: Does Earth have the technology to stop an Earthbound asteroid …

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Simultaneous PPE Shortages And Surpluses Affecting Domestic Manufacturers

By Camryn Shea | July 14, 2021

A shortage of PPE, specifically N95 and similar face masks, in the critical first weeks of Covid-19 hitting U.S. shores caused many manufacturers to shift …

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Robotics And Automation Point To Thriving Industrial Activity In North America

By Robyn Wyle | July 8, 2021

No one was prepared for the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic, including businesses large and small. For the better part of 2020 and early 2021, …

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New Night Vision Technology Sharpens Low-Light Operations For The U.S. Army

By James Spader | June 28, 2021

Since the 20th century, night vision has been a standard technology for all types of after-dark, low-visibility military operations. Following its development in the 1930s, …

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Small Businesses Snap Up Premium Real Estate As Cities Reopen

By Sean Thomas | June 24, 2021

Although many businesses held on through the pandemic and adjusted their offerings to better fit a drastically changed world, others were forced to close their …

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Will The Future Of Farming Be Vertical?

By Robyn Wyle | June 21, 2021

Turning crops on their side could flip the future of agriculture, at least according to proponents of a system known as vertical farming. By growing …

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Firefly Aerospace’s Blue Ghost Will Head To Moon With A Boost From SpaceX

By Lisa Myers | June 16, 2021

The Blue Ghost lunar lander is now due to touch down on the Moon in 2023. Texas-based space launch company, Firefly Aerospace, recently announced that …

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