Tag Archives: Naval Research Laboratory (NRL)


The development allows damaged armor surfaces to be repaired on the fly in the field.
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Navy researchers report the first observation of spin precession of spin currents flowing in a silicon nanowire transport channel.
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Naval Research Laboratory announces new licensing agreements for manufacturing a resin composition that can be used on aircraft, ships and more.
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Naval Research Laboratory has built a robot to pull, bend, and twist samples of the composite materials used to build F/A-18s and other aircraft.
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Researchers are exploring a surprising property of partially hydrogenated graphene: uniform magnetism.
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Hey, anyone need a river simulation tool?  I know an organization lookin’ to license one out… The Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) has developed a river simulation tool (RST) that performs automated extraction of riverine features from imagery. My first thought here …
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