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- Researchers from @usarmyresearch are developing batteries that don’t corrode. #ForSCIENCE http://t.co/WNS0kw6i66 http://t.co/YSH85jIo7R about 10 hours ago from TweetDeck
- President @BarackObama says next steps in #cybersecurity involve modernized law enforcement http://t.co/6WIjRHZ4Um 01:10:07 PM January 28, 2015 from TweetDeck
- Imagine no waiting lists for organ transplants! That might become a military reality: http://t.co/BU5moX0Fdm http://t.co/i9sUJUM4PR 01:36:24 PM January 27, 2015 from Twitter for iPhone
- With $3.5 mil on the line for the @DARPA #DRC, #Atlas is sporting a brand new makeover http://t.co/LuKz31RJlH http://t.co/4I5cnnzlBX 01:13:04 PM January 26, 2015 from TweetDeck
- The @AFOSR is taking to the skies to help keep #dodtech cool. http://t.co/jDRImJxwW5 http://t.co/y1yJS78ATj 02:05:10 PM January 25, 2015 from TweetDeck
The DoD is seeking technology and innovative ideas as part of its Long Range Research Development Plan within the Defense Innovation Initiative.
Science fiction is the aperture for science future! Government researchers are developing ‘hitchhiking’ nano-satellites for communications systems.
DARPA is pursuing possibilities which could eventually provide “FedEx® to GEO” capabilities to make space deliveries to high-altitude orbits much easier and faster.
Army researchers are evaluating prototype devices developed for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
NRL has partnered with a power company to apply its pulsed electron beam technology to reduce the nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide (NOx) emitted by coal power plants.
Marines tested an augmented reality system that could revolutionize the way they prepare for battle, allowing them to transform any location into a dynamic training ground.
DARPA invites input on how to enable existing large aircraft to carry, launch and recover multiple unmanned air systems for a variety of missions.