How did the ancient Egyptians protect themselves during battle?
Month: January 2013
A military historian demonstrates how the ancient Egyptians fought from their chariots.
NASA untangles why a parachute failed during tests prior to the Curiosity landing.
Handwriting analysis technology helps scientists figure out who killed Lindbergh’s baby.
A DARPA researcher describes what would constitute a breakthrough in UAV autonomy.
A UAV pilot describes what it’s like to conduct a drone strike.
The X-47B prototype can land on a flight deck without input from a pilot.
An engineer describes the next-generation surveillance sensor for UAVs, called ARGUS.
A University of Pennsylvania lab is developing tiny drones that sense their environment.
Scientists think a posed body alongside a panther paw are evidence of Neanderthal rites.