Students Fly Prototype of Potential Mars Airplane

Called the Preliminary Research Aerodynamic Design to Land on Mars, or Prandtl-M, the small, remotely piloted glider aircraft flew Aug. 11 at Armstrong. It continues an effort that began last year with a mostly different group of students.

Students Fly Prototype of Potential Mars Airplane Students Fly Prototype of Potential Mars Airplane

DOD Supercomputing Inspires Interns, Helps Army Researchers

Six graduate students recently concluded the DOD High Performance Computing Internship Program, or HIP, at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory.

DOD Supercomputing Inspires Interns, Helps Army Researchers DOD Supercomputing Inspires Interns, Helps Army Researchers

Down to the Wire: ONR Researchers and New Bacteria

Scientists sponsored by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) have genetically modified a common soil bacteria to create electrical wires that not only conduct electricity, but are thousands of times thinner than a human hair.

Down to the Wire: ONR Researchers and New Bacteria Down to the Wire: ONR Researchers and New Bacteria

Navy Medicine Researchers Develop Therapeutic Cocktail of Environmental Phages to Overcome Antibiotic-Resistant Infection

NMRC worked in collaboration with Navy Medicine's overseas laboratories to collect phages from environmental sources around the world and personalized them so they could be made by selecting multiple individual phages to create phage mixes customized to the needs of each patient.

Navy Medicine Researchers Develop Therapeutic Cocktail of Environmental Phages to Overcome Antibiotic-Resistant Infection Navy Medicine Researchers Develop Therapeutic Cocktail of Environmental Phages to Overcome Antibiotic-Resistant Infection

DARPA: Autonomous Bug-Hunting Bots Will Lead to Improved Cybersecurity

The world’s first all-machine hacking tournament wasn’t the answer to all cybersecurity problems, DARPA officials said, but it was a big step forward in a technical area where the Defense Department’s research arm aims to stir up a revolution.

DARPA: Autonomous Bug-Hunting Bots Will Lead to Improved Cybersecurity DARPA: Autonomous Bug-Hunting Bots Will Lead to Improved Cybersecurity

Army’s ‘Mad Scientist’ Initiative Looks at Future Differently

The commander of the Army's Training and Doctrine Command, Gen. David G. Perkins, challenged military, industry and academic leaders attending the Mad Scientist Conference at Georgetown University here to think differently about the future.

Army’s ‘Mad Scientist’ Initiative Looks at Future Differently Army’s ‘Mad Scientist’ Initiative Looks at Future Differently
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Called the Preliminary Research Aerodynamic Design to Land on Mars, or Prandtl-M, the small, remotely piloted glider aircraft flew Aug. 11 at Armstrong. It continues an effort that began last year with a mostly different group of students.
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Six graduate students recently concluded the DOD High Performance Computing Internship Program, or HIP, at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory.
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Scientists sponsored by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) have genetically modified a common soil bacteria to create electrical wires that not only conduct electricity, but are thousands of times thinner than a human hair.
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NMRC worked in collaboration with Navy Medicine’s overseas laboratories to collect phages from environmental sources around the world and personalized them so they could be made by selecting multiple individual phages to create phage mixes customized to the needs of each patient.
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The world’s first all-machine hacking tournament wasn’t the answer to all cybersecurity problems, DARPA officials said, but it was a big step forward in a technical area where the Defense Department’s research arm aims to stir up a revolution.
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The commander of the Army’s Training and Doctrine Command, Gen. David G. Perkins, challenged military, industry and academic leaders attending the Mad Scientist Conference at Georgetown University here to think differently about the future.
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Forty-six teams competed in this year’s event-sponsored by the Office of Naval Research and the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International Foundation.
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Deputy Secretary of Defense Robert O. Work inspected advanced projects in areas like robotics, miniaturization, and manufacturing that are meant to ensure the United States can maintain military superiority without matching an adversary plane-for-plane, tank-for-tank or troop-for-troop.
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Testing equipment and conditions for Navy divers is challenging but entertaining. Check out some of the great things happening at the Navy Experimental Diving Unit.
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