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- RT @whitehouseostp: Today the President issued an Executive Order on Creating a National Strategic Computing Initiative. Read about it! → h… about 13 hours ago from TweetDeck
- Imagine being able to detect #TBI w/in minutes. That tech is around the corner in smartphones. http://t.co/FXc6aYaqik http://t.co/BKLAXxbrU1 about 19 hours ago from TweetDeck
- .@USNRL has developed a bulletproof material called spinel & the applications are fascinating: http://t.co/njqAP5gcSW http://t.co/qmscFni7tS 11:00:43 AM July 27, 2015 from Engagor
- A child has a shot to have a better life due to a robot & skilled surgeons @BrookeArmyMed- http://t.co/ocYEo8vsBB http://t.co/5FWtd18dyz 10:53:25 AM July 21, 2015 from Engagor
- What major event happened today, 46 years ago? @NASA #Apollo11 http://t.co/zMzaYcmuY2 03:54:46 PM July 20, 2015 from Engagor
The Defense Department’s top acquisition official outlines how the military can maintain its technological superiority.
The Army is now using high-performance computer modeling and simulation to ensure its weapons platforms and systems deliver greater effectiveness to warfighters.
New report describes DARPA’s mission in the context of an ever-changing world, as well as, upcoming areas of focused investment.
Army’s Red Team gets to break all the rules, taking on the persona of the adaptive enemy to expose weaknesses in technology.
The Functional Electrical Stimulation Hand Glove 200 incorporates active functional electrical stimulation and passive robotic bio-mechanic movement.
Coast Guard Academy cadets are searching for parallels between the USS Arizona’s propensity for corrosion and several wrecked vessels in the northeast.
The diesel generator simulator at Pearl Harbor lets sailors use touch screens to access all parts of submarine generators.
One day, soldiers may wear uniforms and chemical protective suits that decontaminate themselves and are cool enough to wear for extended periods.