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The head of Google Research talks about his group’s projects.
NASA scientists have tested a tiny and extremely sensitive chemical nanosensor.
A look at Hubble’s successor.
Liquid mirrors could enable more-powerful space telescopes.
Imaging software originally designed for planetary probes now finds arterial problems.
Engineers have developed a new lighter, cheaper mirror to sit aboard the Hubble’s successor, enabling scientists to peer deep into the universe.
Filters will bring out faint infrared radiation from the early universe.
The first 3-D images of the sun are helping researchers better understand its violent storms, which can disrupt satellites.
A new robotic device to map the ecosystem of one of Earth’s ice-bound lakes could be used to search for life on other planets.
A sensitive chemical detector will look for signs of life on Mars and perform reconnaissance for future manned missions.