A new algorithm could speed up detection of weapons-grade nuclear material at national borders to protect against nuclear terrorism, researchers report.
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A new method can turn bricks into 3D "cameras" to help find clues in the hunt for weapons-grade nuclear materials.
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In states with gun licensing laws that require an in-person application and giving fingerprints, there are fewer fatal mass shootings.
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Gun owners aren't sleeping better or feeling happier than others, according to a study that contradicts claims that guns provide a sense of safety and empowerment.
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A nuclear war that cooled Earth down could be dire for the world's oceans, particularly in terms of worsening ocean acidification.
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New research on the overlap between domestic violence and mass shootings suggests firearm restrictions could help prevent these tragedies.
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New research marks "a step forward in designing superior body armor that will safeguard against even more powerful firearms during combat."
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A new system can locate shooters through video and audio from 3 smartphones, which could help protect human rights workers and journalists.
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A self-administered radiation blood test would take some burden off medical systems after a nuclear attack or disaster.
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The mismatch between child firearm deaths and funding to investigate the issue may help explain why such deaths among young people have climbed, say researchers.
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