Geology and Mine Planning Software Market – Major Technology Giants in Buzz Again – Designer Women

With a focus on Global Geology and Mine Planning Software Market and general market expansion and trends for 2022-2030, by reports on the main elements and current market trends. There is a projected income for Geology and Mine Planning Software in the period 2022-2030 (2022 is used as a starting point and 2030 as … Read more

Geologists find Adelaide could be rocked by a potential 7.2-magnitude earthquake

Geologists have made the alarming discovery that Adelaide is at risk of being hit by a devastating earthquake with a magnitude of 7.2. They say the discovery means that Adelaide could be subject to an earthquake much stronger than the one that rocked Christchurch in 2011. Scientists were uncovering the Willunga fault line – 40km … Read more

British geologist jailed in Iraq after taking artifacts

LONDON – A retired British geologist has been jailed for 15 years for attempting to remove artifacts from Iraq. Jim Fitton, 66, who is originally from Bath, collected 12 stones and shards of broken pottery during a recent geology and archeology tour of the country. Fitton has insisted he had no idea he was breaking … Read more

How technology has advanced Chinese archaeology

Replica of the Turquoise-inlaid Dragon-shaped Bronze Object at the Erlitou Relic Museum Photo: IC A gold mask from the Sanxingdui Ruins Photo: IC Editor’s Note: Chinese President Xi Jinping recently stressed the importance of furthering the study of Chinese civilization to enhance the historical awareness and cultural confidence of the Communist Party of China (CPC) … Read more

Researchers Just Set a New Record For Data Transmission Speed

Even if you’re enjoying gloriously fast broadband at home wherever you live in the world, you’re still going to be a long, long way behind the new record for data transmission: an incredible 1.02 petabits per second. That’s a million gigabits shifted down a line every single second. The record was set by a team … Read more

NASA’s Robotic Mission to Explore Enigmatic Lunar Domes Takes Shape

The Gruithuisen Domes. Image: NASA / GSFC / Arizona State University NASA’s Artemis program seeks to return humans to the Moon later this decade, but a pair of related side projects promises to deliver some fascinating new science that could expand our understanding of lunar geology and human biology. At the northeast border of the … Read more

Robert Brown Named Executive Assistant Director of the Science and Technology Branch

Note: Robert Brown graduated from The Citadel in 1992 earning a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. He was promoted to Assistant Director of the FBI’s Operational Technology Division in 2021. Director Christopher Wray has appointed Robert Brown as the executive assistant director of the Science and Technology Branch at FBI Headquarters in Washington. Mr. … Read more

2023 Science, Technology Budget a Mixed Bag

Budget Matters: 2023 Science, Technology Budget a Mixed Bag iStock illustration The fiscal year 2023 Defense Department budget proposal is a big win for research, development, test and evaluation – particularly the science and technology portion of the funding – according to senior officials. However, a closer analysis of the demand and the impact of … Read more

Linking science and innovation | Business Standard Column

Popular belief says scientific research leads to discoveries, these discoveries enable the development of new technology, and this new technology feeds into production and the market. This mental model, the linear model of innovation, is attractively simple, but dangerously simplistic. Scientific research actually has a very limited role in industrial innovation. Technology aims … Read more

US Army terminates science and technology effort for strategic long-range cannon

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Army has decided to cancel the science and technology research effort that could have led to a program to develop a strategic long-range cannon, the service confirmed. Long-range precision fires is a top priority for the Army when it comes to developing a modernized force capable of facing off against advanced … Read more