All articles by Robert Scammell

  1. Israel retaliates Iranian attack with missile strike

    Israel says it launched a missile strike that hit almost all of Iran’s military infrastructure in Syria in response to…
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    10 May
  2. Study highlights security threat of 3D printed weapons

    A study by the RAND Corporation has suggested that 3D printed weapons could benefit enemy military forces, violent extremists and…
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    8 May
  3. Customisable 3D printing could create sensors for skin

    Researchers at the University of Minnesota have used a 3D printer to print electronics onto a human hand for the…
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    27 Apr
  4. Graphene goggles show different toxins at touch of a button

    Researchers at the University of Illinois have developed an infrared filter made from graphene that would allow a soldier to…
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    25 Apr
  5. UK should match global definition on robot weapons: Lords AI report

    The UK should realign its definition of autonomous weapons to be the ‘same, or similar, as that used by the…
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    17 Apr
  6. Steel foam composite offers lightweight blast protection

    Researchers from North Carolina State University and the US Army’s Aviation Applied Technology Directorate have shown that a stainless steel…
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    28 Mar
  7. US military creates human voice weapon using air and lasers

    The US military’s Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Program (JNLWD) is developing a weapon that alters atoms using lasers to create a…
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    27 Mar
  8. Multiple drones a threat to infantry units: Report

    Countermeasures are needed to tackle multiple small unmanned aircraft systems (sUASs) being used against deployed US forces, according to a…
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    7 Mar
  9. DoD selects HPE to provide supercomputers

    Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has been selected by the US Department of Defence (DoD) to provide new supercomputers for the…
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    21 Feb
  10. DARPA launches programme to instantly detect exposure to dangerous materials

    DARPA has launched a programme to build a portable device that can quickly establish exposure to deadly materials by reading…
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    6 Feb