Research

James Burns, assistant professor at The University of Virginia (Photo: UVA) and Jenifer Locke, assistant professor at The Ohio State University (Photo: OSU)

Two university researchers are advancing the preservation of DoD aircraft and ship platforms with the help of grants from the Air Force and Navy.
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The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory may soon have a way to avoid potentially hazardous icing conditions on aircraft.
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A sandstorm moves west through Sangin toward Combat Outpost Shukvani in the district of Musa Qalah, Helmand province, May 4, 2011.

Sand can wreak havoc on military engines performing vital operations in the field. Researchers are working to prevent that.
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Biologist Rebecca Jimenez infuses gel samples with fluorescent properties in order to discover technology solutions to protect Soldiers. (Photo Credit: David McNally)

Army researchers are studying the physiological effects of blast pressure on the brain to devise new ways to protect soldiers.
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The 3-D printed On-Demand Small Unmanned Aircraft System, or ODSUAS, flies at speeds of up to 55 miles per hour. Although the lightweight shell and propeller arms are printed using additive manufacturing, the motors and propellers will be assembled using off-the-shelf equipment. (U.S. Army photo by Angie DePuydt)

Army researchers tested 3-D printed unmanned aircraft systems that were created on-demand for specific missions.
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Program managers from ARO in the fields of chemistry, physics, mathematics and environmental, social and life sciences volunteered as speed mentors to students ranging from grades 5 to 12.

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An oral history of Project Nekton, the dives at the end of 1959 and early 1960 that culminated at the Challenger Deep were meant to test the viability of using manned craft at extreme depths to study marine life, the propagation of sound, and other scientific questions.
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The Vermont Army Aviation Support Facility in South Burlington, Vermont, recently hosted the U.S. Army Medical Department Board’s Automatic Chest Compression Device proof-of-concept demonstration test.
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