Scientists from Duke University and Institut Langevin have created a new type of motion sensor based on metamaterials and radio waves.
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Backscatter radio waves unlock the key to a whole new type of smart technology.
A remote research facility in Alaska is working on some incredible (and visually impressive) scientific experiments.
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