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- .@USNRL Scientist Honored as #DoD’s ‘Laboratory Scientist of the Quarter’ https://t.co/wZciflYAKG https://t.co/fuF3H1g7qJ 01:00:31 PM January 15, 2016
- RT @Space_Station: But first, let me take a #selfie. Astronauts pause for a selfie during #spacewalk. Watch: https://t.co/0Pr5m1bEAZ https:… 10:02:49 AM January 15, 2016
- .@NH_RC recently received outstanding achievement award. Here's more on their research - https://t.co/NTV8rGDkTD https://t.co/jG0NDUX9G1 08:40:56 AM January 14, 2016
- RT @NASA: The "...spirit of discovery is in our DNA." - @POTUS #SOTU https://t.co/IpvHUzIFRW https://t.co/WVtcCN8cKQ 03:17:19 PM January 13, 2016
- .@dodpaa is keeping their promise to account for every service member lost in #Vietnam - https://t.co/P0gdlB20c4 https://t.co/YXzWNTT5Ap 02:30:16 PM January 12, 2016
WE SEE BRAINS: A new protocol, funded in part by DARPA’s Neuro-FAST program, accelerates and simplifies 3-D analysis of brain structures.
The practice of “mindfulness, or being in the moment,” using age-old meditation practices offers a way to relieve stress for service members.
Synthetic biologist Jeff Tabor is working with the Navy create an edible probiotic bacterium that can help protect sailors and marines from obesity and depression!
Made up of synthetic bones and soft tissue, the GelMan surrogates help NRL scientists understand how helmets and armor protect our real heroes in uniform.
Killer whales and other marine mammals likely hear sonar signals more than we’ve known. Which is interesting news, since the Navy uses sonar for many missions!
Government scientists are highlighting two methods to increase the utility of single domain antibodies by studying the heavy chain antibodies found in camels and llamas.
Military medical research laboratory scientists demonstrated the effectiveness of a small-molecule drug in protecting nonhuman primates from the lethal Marburg virus.
Using geographic information system modeling, Air Force Capt. Jameson Voss, MD, found obesity was less common at high altitude.