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- RT @BI_Science: Here’s what Mars looked like when it had water. http://t.co/GAKCzdBA83 http://t.co/48zPMjq3iu about 6 hours ago from TweetDeck
- Researchers are working on a new device to help @USArmy nose out chem/bio hazards. http://t.co/YHHrZ0kTbI http://t.co/VNr88E2Hd1 about 9 hours ago from TweetDeck
- Communicating with #computers (it's @DARPA's idea). Let’s talk. http://t.co/aD6eng5Cdu http://t.co/OBUY3JmbHW 01:18:08 PM March 04, 2015 from TweetDeck
- Is The #military prepared to combat #antimicrobial resistance? This explains: http://t.co/I6a71zE2g9 http://t.co/yGzmAe15qH 01:26:07 PM March 03, 2015 from TweetDeck
- #FutureTech: @DARPA to put #fablab at @USNavy Ship Maintenance Center http://t.co/LxSzoEAHbv http://t.co/1P2aHqv7Iw 01:25:03 PM March 02, 2015 from TweetDeck
Education & Culture
The U.S. military has been working to combat antimicrobial resistance for at least the past 15 years. Are they prepared to face the challenge?
The National Security Agency is seeking nominations for the 3rd Annual Best Scientific Cybersecurity Paper Competition.
October 2014 marks the five-year anniversary for two sensors that the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory has been operating aboard the International Space Station.
Because of increasing regulatory restrictions, the U.S. Air Force is actively investigating a suitable replacement for the military-preferred raw and additive material beryllium.
Meet the Scientists: Dr. Jim Rohr lives by the mantra that STEM provides great power. STEM provides hope. STEM demands great responsibility.