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Scientists shoot down malaria-carrying mosquitoes with frickin' lasers

Technology / Mobile : Engadget: Mobile

Seriously, is there anything a laser can't do? A team of mad scientists in Washington have concocted a system that could essentially eliminate malaria-carrying mosquitoes with lasers, and the whole thing can be built from parts sour...

How a Flying Laser Built a 3-D Map of a Massive Alaskan Forest

Academics / General Science : Wired: Science

This summer, a team of scientists mapped carbon storage in a massive Alaskan forest using airborne sensors. The post How a Flying Laser Built a 3-D Map of a Massive Alaskan Forest appeared first on WIRED.

World’s Sharpest Laser Created by Scientists Can Travel 2 Million Miles Before It Falters

Technology : News Week: Technology and Science

The most precise laser ever created could lead to breakthroughs in high precision experiments.

Pew Pew! Scientists Build Lasers Out of Sound, Call Them Phasers

Academics / General Science : Wired: Science

Using a nanoscale drum, scientists have built a laser that uses sound waves instead of light like a conventional laser. Because laser is an acronym for “light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation,” these new contraption...

Scientists create world’s sharpest laser

News : The Raw Story

The sharpest laser in the world has been created by scientists, with the light it emits able to travel two billion miles before it goes out of sync. This breakthrough has widespread applications, and could be used for high precision...

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