• WIRED | 1/18/2018 | Lily Hay Newman
    On a clear day this summer, security researcher Ang Cui boarded a boat headed to a government biosafety facility off the northeastern tip of Long Island. Cui's security company, Red Balloon, will...
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  • Rare | 1/10/2018 | Samantha Malone
    Made famous by a lot of things, one of Chicago’s infamous titles returns as the city was named Orkin’s No. 3 worst city in regards to bed bugs. While this may seem like a cringe-worthy title, it...
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  • WIRED | 12/9/2017 | Lily Hay Newman
    If you're facing targeted security threats, your problems run deeper than spyware on your devices. You need to check your physical spaces as well—your home, hotel room, office, and so on—for hidden...
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  • phys.org | 10/4/2017 | Staff
    Tiny mobile robots are learning to work with insects in the hope the creatures' sensitive antennae and ability to squeeze into small spaces can be put to use serving humans.
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  • phys.org | 10/3/2017 | Staff
    n the tropical rainforests of Panama, Dartmouth's Hannah ter Hofstede is witness to what Charles Darwin called a "struggle for existence." She studies a competition for survival that pits the...
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  • ScienceDaily | 9/28/2017 | Staff
    The study, led by Dr William Hentley from the University of Sheffield's Department of Animal and Plant Sciences, suggests that leaving worn clothes exposed in sleeping areas when travelling may...
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  • phys.org | 9/28/2017 | Staff
    Like a pining lover, bed bugs will seek out your smell and snuggle up to your worn clothes when you are not around, researchers said Thursday. This explains how these tiny, flightless, reclusive...
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