Ice Breaker: ONR Researchers Explore a Changing Arctic

Scientists sponsored by ONR are placing new sensors in the ice and in the frigid Arctic waters to better understand the processes contributing to a dramatic decline in sea ice thickness.

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Mechanical Casualty Carrier

The Marine Corps Warfighting Lab, with engineers from Virginia Tech, are developing the Electric Litter Carrier, designed to transport casualties using mechanics!

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Looking Down to Find Anthrax Persistent Mechanisms

Researchers are looking down these days. Down to the soil to find protections for warfighters and first responders against anthrax.

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C’mon In! The Water’s Threat-Free!

If this new program is successful, warfighters, especially those in water-borne vessels, will see better methods to detect and avoid unexploded ordinance & other hazardous materials.

C’mon In! The Water’s Threat-Free! C’mon In! The Water’s Threat-Free!

Saturday Space Sight: Behold Jupiter!

Saturday Space Sight: Behold Jupiter! At about 89,000 miles in diameter, Jupiter could swallow 1,000 Earths.

Saturday Space Sight: Behold Jupiter! Saturday Space Sight: Behold Jupiter!

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!

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Scientists sponsored by ONR are placing new sensors in the ice and in the frigid Arctic waters to better understand the processes contributing to a dramatic decline in sea ice thickness.
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The Marine Corps Warfighting Lab, with engineers from Virginia Tech, are developing the Electric Litter Carrier, designed to transport casualties using mechanics!
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Researchers are looking down these days. Down to the soil to find protections for warfighters and first responders against anthrax.
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If this new program is successful, warfighters, especially those in water-borne vessels, will see better methods to detect and avoid unexploded ordinance & other hazardous materials.
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Saturday Space Sight: Behold Jupiter! At about 89,000 miles in diameter, Jupiter could swallow 1,000 Earths.
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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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