Armed With Science Twitter
- A safety responsibility, @USArmy uses state-of-the-art system to destroy munitions in Hawaii. http://t.co/11y6AuziFp http://t.co/5WqXqIZNor about 9 hours ago from Engagor
- Saturday Space Sight: @NASA gets a closer look at Mars’ Marathon Valley. http://t.co/S82iprV1aw #space #spacematters http://t.co/Tuiyo6rKrR 02:00:03 PM May 23, 2015 from Engagor
- A new @USArmy database uses 3-D data to improve the fit of warfighter gear. Find out how: http://t.co/5ihaynL6HC http://t.co/ofyQdUkjJd 09:00:04 AM May 22, 2015 from Engagor
- Did You Know? @NASA is working on #tech that could lead to a reduction in airplane emissions: http://t.co/afv1hgRvTp http://t.co/isWjxZVNrb 10:00:08 AM May 21, 2015 from Engagor
- Our final look back at #DoDLabDay features @USAMRMC, @ArmyERDC & @USNavyResearch #innovations: http://t.co/Eg8U7FLiLU http://t.co/W3wv5xzphF 01:00:06 PM May 20, 2015 from Engagor
This Bod Pod – an egg-shaped chamber that measures the body mass, or weight, and volume of the person sitting inside it – is similar in principle to underwater weighing.
The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) commissioned the new small bore (1-inch in diameter) railgun (SRG) at the laboratory’s Materials Testing Facility.
This new program for Biological Technologies Office aims to aid amputees by layering and leaping beyond previous DARPA breakthroughs in prosthetics and neural interfaces.
“This is transformational.” Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel got to check out five new incredible technologies from DARPA.
Naval experts say that when it comes to developing alternative energy resources, what benefits the U.S. Navy will produce strong benefits for the world.
The BATMAN program, developed at the Air Force Research Lab, is working to find out if technologies like Google Glass can be utilized by service members in the field!