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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.
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!
The gateway into the Army’s plethora of awesomeness is the RDECOM modeling and simulation Senior Working Group (SWG).
Meet the Scientists: Turning transparent things into reflective ones? Making materials move on their own? Who knew government chemical engineering could be so…cool.
A team of researchers has spent the last six years analyzing samples from the NASA Stardust Interstellar Dust Collector in order to identify captured interstellar particles.
This magnificent new image shows the edge-on spiral galaxy NGC 4206, located about 70 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation of Virgo.
The Air Force is developing autobots that will one day be able to enter dangerous environments without putting human lives at risk.