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Diamond film may enable critical new sensors for bioterror

...at of terrorism and the possibility of war with an adversary who may be armed with biological weapons, high on the wish list of security agencies and battlefield commanders is a quick and easy way to detect the presence of dangerous biological agents. Now, with the help of a novel diamond film developed by che...

Tribal warfare: Revenge, retaliation, deterrence

...en deliberate atrocity, he said. Exterminating the adversary may be the goal. But revenge does not need a label to make it what it is, according to James Boster, an anthropology professor at the University of Connecticut. Boster studied the Waorani, a tribe in eastern Ecuador to examine if revenge is a cultura...

Artificial intelligence, swimmer detectors, and blast resistant structures

...ed intelligent agents for possible exploitation of adversary networks, but also to provide a technology base to assist in the control of coalitions systems. In Japan, the need for fast ships and increased fuel economy has led to renewed interest in decreasing the friction drag on ship hulls. Microbubble a...

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