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Remote Sensing

Detecting traces of explosives
IR light detects traces of explosives on surfaces of glass, paint, metal, and plastic at distances of up to several meters.
A three-layer thinking engine effectively learns the objects in a complex scene and the relationships between them.
14 April 2015
A novel technique enables origami-style folding of 3D-printed electronic structures, reducing fabrication costs for complex radio frequency devices and packaging applications.
7 April 2015
A new video-rate instrument being developed will operate at extremely high frequencies.
20 March 2015
A new data set, which was derived using synthetic aperture radar satellite data and normalized image cross correlation, represents the first regional map of mountain glacier flow speeds in Alaska.
12 January 2015
A coordinated lidar network in the northeastern United States explored the optical properties of transported plumes from fires and dust and diagnosed chemical transport model concentration biases.
30 December 2014
 
Steven Chu Year of Light presentation: Energy and Climate Change -- Challenges and Opportunities

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