The Science of Sweat: Skin Biosensors

So long blood tests? The Air Force Research Laboratory's wearable biosensor bandage can detect vital signs, dehydration and more!

The Science of Sweat: Skin Biosensors The Science of Sweat: Skin Biosensors

Biosurveillance Measures Bulking Up

Researchers from DTRA CB/JSTO are working w/ gov. agencies to bulk up the Nation’s biosurveillance capabilities to provide early warning notification.

Biosurveillance Measures Bulking Up Biosurveillance Measures Bulking Up

Air Force Enhancing U.S. Manufacturing Capability

The Air Force Research Laboratory led an interagency collaborative effort to launch a public-private partnership called America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute.

Air Force Enhancing U.S. Manufacturing Capability Air Force Enhancing U.S. Manufacturing Capability

Lightening the Load

A better understanding of the sensing and biocidal characteristics could soon translate to a lighter, more protective uniform for warfighters facing biological threats.

Lightening the Load Lightening the Load

Fossils, Seeds, and Space Rocks

OSTP Director John P. Holdren directs federal agencies to develop policies that will improve the management of and access to scientific collections that they own or support.

Fossils, Seeds, and Space Rocks Fossils, Seeds, and Space Rocks

Air Force Uses STEM To Propel the Future of Hypersonics

AFOSR teamed with the University of Maryland to fund students and research through a pilot mentoring program which propels the future of hypersonics and young engineers.

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So long blood tests? The Air Force Research Laboratory’s wearable biosensor bandage can detect vital signs, dehydration and more!
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Researchers from DTRA CB/JSTO are working w/ gov. agencies to bulk up the Nation’s biosurveillance capabilities to provide early warning notification.
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The Air Force Research Laboratory led an interagency collaborative effort to launch a public-private partnership called America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute.
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A better understanding of the sensing and biocidal characteristics could soon translate to a lighter, more protective uniform for warfighters facing biological threats.
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OSTP Director John P. Holdren directs federal agencies to develop policies that will improve the management of and access to scientific collections that they own or support.
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AFOSR teamed with the University of Maryland to fund students and research through a pilot mentoring program which propels the future of hypersonics and young engineers.
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NASA’s Super Guppy, a wide-bodied cargo aircraft, landed at the Redstone Army Airfield with a special delivery: an innovative composite rocket fuel tank.
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Designer fuel: Scientists at the Naval Research Lab effectively flew a small aircraft using molecularly reconstructed fuel they produced from seawater!
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The military is embracing mobile technology with the advent of the Electronic Flight Bag, which will save time, space, money and most of all a LOT of trees!
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