Someone tell the U.S. Navy that rough waters might become a thing of the past. Scientists think they've figured out how to fool the stormy seas.
ROME — The crew of an Italian tanker was evacuated by helicopter Saturday after the ship ran aground off Sicily in storm-tossed seas, and took on water in its engine room. The Italian coastguard said all aboard were plucked to safet... Read Post
Scientists at Duke University have created an acoustic "invisibility cloak" that shields objects — like ships — from sound waves, making them undetectable by sonar, and rendering them acoustically "invisible." Really? Here, a brief ... Read Post
A new approach to invisibility cloaking may one day be used at sea to shield floating objects – such as oil rigs and ships – from rough waves. Unlike most other cloaking techniques that rely on transformation optics, this one is bas... Read Post