Natick’s food packaging/processing will support Mars mission

When designing food processing and packaging for a future mission to Mars, researchers at the U.S. Army Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center, or NSRDEC, recognize the gravity of their task.

Natick’s food packaging/processing will support Mars mission Natick's food packaging/processing will support Mars mission

Army Researchers Collaborate with Industry on Next-Generation Ceramics

B6O, a super-hard ceramic material, has been of "considerable scientific interest in studies because it displays a range of outstanding physical and chemical properties.

Army Researchers Collaborate with Industry on Next-Generation Ceramics Army Researchers Collaborate with Industry on Next-Generation Ceramics

Proactive Efforts by U.S. Federal Agencies Enable Early Detection of New Antibiotic Resistance

By David J. Smith, M.D., Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Readiness Policy and Oversight, … [more]

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Operationalizing Innovation

The Innovation Center on PCU Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) demonstrates capabilities and usage of technologies, which opens the mind of the Sailor to new possibilities.

Operationalizing Innovation Operationalizing Innovation

M40 Guides Snipers to Target

There are staples of weaponry in the armory of the Marine Corps that define the battlefield. One of these weapons is the M40 sniper rifle, which is the premier weapon of choice for the Marine Corps for long-range enemy engagements.

M40 Guides Snipers to Target M40 Guides Snipers to Target

Free, Fun and Educational: Bring the Whole Family to the 2016 Naval STEM Expo!

The Naval STEM Exposition is a free event that gives local students the opportunity to engage and be inspired by all things naval STEM-or science, technology, engineering and math.

Free, Fun and Educational: Bring the Whole Family to the 2016 Naval STEM Expo! Free, Fun and Educational: Bring the Whole Family to the 2016 Naval STEM Expo!
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When designing food processing and packaging for a future mission to Mars, researchers at the U.S. Army Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center, or NSRDEC, recognize the gravity of their task.
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B6O, a super-hard ceramic material, has been of “considerable scientific interest in studies because it displays a range of outstanding physical and chemical properties.
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Earlier this week, the Department of Defense notified stakeholders that its Multidrug-resistant Organism Repository and Surveillance Network (MRSN) at the Walter Reed Institute of Research had identified the first colistin-resistant mcr-1 E. coli in a person in the United States.
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The Innovation Center on PCU Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) demonstrates capabilities and usage of technologies, which opens the mind of the Sailor to new possibilities.
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There are staples of weaponry in the armory of the Marine Corps that define the battlefield. One of these weapons is the M40 sniper rifle, which is the premier weapon of choice for the Marine Corps for long-range enemy engagements.
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The Naval STEM Exposition is a free event that gives local students the opportunity to engage and be inspired by all things naval STEM-or science, technology, engineering and math.
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Six researchers sponsored by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) last week were honored with Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE)
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DARPA engineers took over the Pentagon courtyard last week to show off their bleeding-edge work for national security.
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Robot lifeguards, Future tech that merges virtual and augmented reality and UAVs that can autonomously swarm and overwhelm enemies are just a few of the tech ONR, NRL, and the Navy’s SBIR will showcase at the 2016 Sea-Air-Space Exposition.
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