Two SSC Pacific Researchers Receive 2015 Top Scientists & Engineers of the Year Awards

Mark Owen and Dr. Michael Daly were honored with the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development and Acquisition (ASN RD&A) 2015 Dr. Delores M. Etter Top Scientists & Engineers of the Year Award on June 22 at the Pentagon.

Two SSC Pacific Researchers Receive 2015 Top Scientists & Engineers of the Year Awards Two SSC Pacific Researchers Receive 2015 Top Scientists & Engineers of the Year Awards

Massive Detrick Solar Array Only Fraction of Army’s Renewable Energy Capacity

A 59,994-panel solar array, spread over 67 acres of Army land that's been leased to a private developer, provides 15 megawatts of electricity, or 12 percent of the power used by this central-Maryland Army base.

Massive Detrick Solar Array Only Fraction of Army’s Renewable Energy Capacity Massive Detrick Solar Array Only Fraction of Army's Renewable Energy Capacity

Meet the Scientist: Andrew Guenthner

Meet Dr. Andrew Guenthner, Principal Chemical Engineer and Applied Materials Group Lead in the Propellants Branch at the Air Force Research Laboratory, Aerospace Systems Directorate, at Edwards AFB, CA.

Meet the Scientist: Andrew Guenthner Meet the Scientist: Andrew Guenthner

US Army Engineers Build Bridges Between Nations

The 361st Engineer Company, an U.S. Army Reserve unit from Warner Robins, Georgia, sharpens its bridge-building skills by constructing an Improved Ribbon Bridge on the Vistula River in Chelmno, Poland, as part of Exercise Anakonda 2016.

US Army Engineers Build Bridges Between Nations US Army Engineers Build Bridges Between Nations

New Course on Nanotechnology Showcases Vast Potential to Benefit the Warfighter

Nanotechnology is the study of manipulating matter on an atomic, molecular, or supermolecular scale. The end result can be found in our everyday products, such as stained glass, sunscreen, cellphones, and pharmaceutical products.

New Course on Nanotechnology Showcases Vast Potential to Benefit the Warfighter New Course on Nanotechnology Showcases Vast Potential to Benefit the Warfighter

Hacking the Pentagon

Earlier this year, Defense Digital Service convinced the Department of Defense to launch its first ever bug-bounty, “Hack the Pentagon.”

Hacking the Pentagon Hacking the Pentagon
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Mark Owen and Dr. Michael Daly were honored with the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development and Acquisition (ASN RD&A) 2015 Dr. Delores M. Etter Top Scientists & Engineers of the Year Award on June 22 at the Pentagon.
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A 59,994-panel solar array, spread over 67 acres of Army land that’s been leased to a private developer, provides 15 megawatts of electricity, or 12 percent of the power used by this central-Maryland Army base.
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Meet Dr. Andrew Guenthner, Principal Chemical Engineer and Applied Materials Group Lead in the Propellants Branch at the Air Force Research Laboratory, Aerospace Systems Directorate, at Edwards AFB, CA.
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The 361st Engineer Company, an U.S. Army Reserve unit from Warner Robins, Georgia, sharpens its bridge-building skills by constructing an Improved Ribbon Bridge on the Vistula River in Chelmno, Poland, as part of Exercise Anakonda 2016.
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Nanotechnology is the study of manipulating matter on an atomic, molecular, or supermolecular scale. The end result can be found in our everyday products, such as stained glass, sunscreen, cellphones, and pharmaceutical products.

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Earlier this year, Defense Digital Service convinced the Department of Defense to launch its first ever bug-bounty, “Hack the Pentagon.”
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Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have created an artificial intelligence software program named Quixote to teach robots to read stories, learn acceptable behavior and understand successful ways to conduct themselves in diverse social situations.
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New program aims to identify prognostic biomarkers that indicate contagiousness following infection but before symptoms appear.

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The National Infantry Association bestowed the Order of Saint Maurice to Timothy Brosseau for “exceptional meritorious conduct in the performance of outstanding 48 years of service to the U.S. Army and the U.S. Army Research Laboratory.”

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