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Navy Capt. Barry Wilmore, left, and Cmdr. Reid Wiseman show "Fly Navy" signs aboard the International Space Station after a spacewalk!

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Sight and Perspective

Bill Sciannella is a mathematician by training and a long-time manager for the NSA, but there were some who told him he should give up. Needless to say, Bill didn’t listen.

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Using Light to Sniff Out Deadly Materials

A new DARPA program aims to develop chip-sized, optical frequency combs that identify tiny traces of dangerous biological and chemical substances several football fields away.

Using Light to Sniff Out Deadly Materials Using Light to Sniff Out Deadly Materials

Opposites React: Oil & Water Lead to Better Chem/Bio Detection

Opposites react: Researchers have found that mixing oil and water is just what you need to build a new class of materials for better chemical and biological threat detection!

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The Army’s “Gateway to the Plethora of Awesomeness”

The gateway into the Army's plethora of awesomeness is the RDECOM modeling and simulation Senior Working Group (SWG).

The Army’s “Gateway to the Plethora of Awesomeness” The Army's "Gateway to the Plethora of Awesomeness"

Meet the Scientists: Dr. Tim White

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Navy Capt. Barry Wilmore, left, and Cmdr. Reid Wiseman show “Fly Navy” signs aboard the International Space Station after a spacewalk!
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Bill Sciannella is a mathematician by training and a long-time manager for the NSA, but there were some who told him he should give up. Needless to say, Bill didn’t listen.
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A new DARPA program aims to develop chip-sized, optical frequency combs that identify tiny traces of dangerous biological and chemical substances several football fields away.
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Opposites react: Researchers have found that mixing oil and water is just what you need to build a new class of materials for better chemical and biological threat detection!
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The gateway into the Army’s plethora of awesomeness is the RDECOM modeling and simulation Senior Working Group (SWG).
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Meet the Scientists: Turning transparent things into reflective ones? Making materials move on their own? Who knew government chemical engineering could be so…cool.
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The Air Force is developing autobots that will one day be able to enter dangerous environments without putting human lives at risk.
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