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Top 10 Scientific Discoveries of 2013
There have been plenty of scientific discoveries in 2013. Visit HowStuffWorks to start the countdown of the top 10 scientific discoveries of 2013. See more »
How can quadrotors change the future of engineering?
Quadrotors have tons of applications in engineering, like venturing into really dangerous places. Learn more about quadrotors at HowStuffWorks.com. See more »
How do search and rescue teams track weather in the field?
There's a wide range of technology to help emergency service workers in the field. Learn how search and rescue teams track weather at HowStuffWorks. See more »
10 Technologies That Help Buildings Resist Earthquakes
Earthquakes aren't always bad news for buildings if they're equipped with these 10 technologies. Learn about earthquake-resistant technologies. See more »
What technologies have made search and rescue easier?
What technologies have made search and rescue easier? Find out about cutting-edge technologies from HowStuffWorks. See more »
How do engineers stabilize buildings for rescue?
When buildings collapse and earthquakes occur, you'll often find engineers working to stabilize buildings. Find out how they do that at HowStuffWorks. See more »
What is a nano quadrotor?
Seven million (and counting) YouTube viewers can't be wrong. Find out what is a nano quadrotor at HowStuffWorks. See more »
Will buildings ever be truly earthquake-proof?
Will buildings ever be truly earthquake-proof? Find out about some of the innovative building practices at HowStuffWorks. See more »
10 of the Craziest Discoveries of 2012
Scientists made some crazy discoveries in 2012. Learn about 10 of the craziest discoveries of 2012. See more »
10 Science Questions You Should Really Know How to Answer
Do you know the answers to these science questions? Study these 10 science questions you really should know how to answer. See more »
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