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Scientists used seismic monitors to record motion data of a volcano eruption, which could be used to understand early warning signals for a pending eruption.
Qwake Technologies’ C-Thru is a heads up display that combines AI, augmented reality, and thermal imaging to help firefighters battle blazes.
The ratio of sulphur to carbon dioxide being released can be an indicator of imminent volcanic eruptions. Researchers are using drones to gather that data.
The U.S.’s first firefighting robot helped keep LAFD firefighters safe while they battled a blaze in downtown Los Angeles.
Delphi analyzes property damage and poverty levels to identify the people most in need of disaster relief, helping organizations maximize their impact.
High-tech instruments on satellites are helping emergency responders and members of the public track wildfires in California.
Norwegian company OceanTherm uses bubble nets to keep ice out of fjords. Could a hurricane net weaken the storms?
Extremely rare but massively disruptive, no one sees a black swan event coming. But researchers are building a method that may change that.
Google wants to create the world’s largest earthquake detector by using the accelerometers of Android phones and city-level location data.
Wildfires need dry fuel to thrive. Researchers at Stanford are working on an AI model to measure dryness to help predict, and control, the blaze.
In a search and rescue mission at sea, time is of the essence. A new model may make missions faster — and save lives.
Researchers are working on new algorithms that could provide emergency response managers with real-time data to save more lives.
Human history is dotted with pandemics. We spoke with "End Times" author Bryan Walsh on how we can learn from them for the future.
Ford has promised to deliver 50,000 ventilators in 100 days. Here's how they can do it.
The CURA project aims to address the shortage of room in ICUs for coronavirus patients by creating new units out of shipping containers.
Wondering how you can help during the coronavirus? Here are five organizations that need your support, and how your donation could be doubled.
Previously blacklisted gain-of-function mutation experiments are back, and they’re being used to fight the next major pandemic.