Armed With Science Twitter
- Communicating with #computers (it's @DARPA's idea). Let’s talk. http://t.co/aD6eng5Cdu http://t.co/OBUY3JmbHW about 20 hours ago 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
- It seems @ArmyResearchLab future tech plans are here, and they involve land ops. http://t.co/g8phSCgVxv http://t.co/iuqRvtkJsX 01:36:08 PM March 01, 2015 from TweetDeck
- @jbankier Thank you for bringing this to our attention. The proper steps have been taken. 09:47:21 AM March 01, 2015 from Twitter for iPhone in reply to jbankier
Scientists at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) are conducting research to improve the detection of weapons of mass destruction in maritime environments.
The Fuel Efficient Ground Vehicle Demonstrator, also known as the Fed Alpha, is a lightweight aluminum chassis designed to accomplish all the missions of a Humvee, only it’s 70% more fuel efficient.
Scientists have developed and validated a first-generation force field to enable accurate molecular dynamics simulations of peptoid oligomers and polymers. Yeah. Force field.
DARPA scientists will build on language processing technologies with improved speed and accuracy – offering an advantage to analysts in a variety of military and non-military scenarios.
Brain research experts at DARPA’s Congressional Tech Showcase demonstrated an artificial arm and hand that can do everything from picking up cups to playing the piano, powered by the user’s brain.
ICT researchers plan to build a 3-D interactive digital version of Medal of Honor recipient Staff Sgt. Ty Carter that can understand questions and answer questions about his experiences in battle.
The Afghanistan Captured Material Exploitation Unit, or ACME, uses techniques that are similar to the scripted crime scene investigators found on television…except this science is real.