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- "We shouldn't find excuses, we should find workarounds." Meet @NSA_PAO's blind mathematician http://t.co/Ay1uwIhsLJ http://t.co/2vV2ICrgYm about 11 hours ago from TweetDeck
- So @DARPA is using LIGHT to sniff out deadly materials…over very wide distances. http://t.co/7x9OqvGe6Y http://t.co/UzSoZHXosb 01:26:07 PM October 30, 2014 from TweetDeck
- @DARPA @MIT We like to think we celebrate Caternet day every day. #Robots #cats #Internet #hashtags 03:26:33 PM October 29, 2014 from TweetDeck in reply to DARPA
- RT @DARPA: October 29: Here's to the one day a year it's appropriate to celebrate the Internet and cats together. Image: @MIT http://t.co/W… 03:25:01 PM October 29, 2014 from TweetDeck
- Opposites react: oil & water lead to better chemical/biological detection. #dodscience http://t.co/Fuvgb1dNDW http://t.co/oncNmlQLbD 01:40:07 PM October 29, 2014 from TweetDeck
Tag Archives: NOAA
People who watch the sky for a living are working to oversee the operation of America’s weather satellite constellation.
The Naval Research Lab has entered into an agreement with NOAA that uses Navy-developed global ocean forecast model technology to make environmental ocean forecasts for public use.
Even our sea-worthy maps are going digital these days. For more than 150 years, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, or NOAA, has been charting America’s coastal and inland waters for the seafaring type. Starting in April of 2014, NOAA …
An article that recently appeared in the New York Times discussed a project led by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to analyze and map underwater sounds in the ocean and determine the locations and densities of marine mammals. The U.S. Navy is a key contributor to this effort, …
Remote sensing technologies on airborne scientific missions have added new depth and dimension to scientific observation. Yet they come at a cost – literally. Flying data-gathering missions for scientists, land managers, and hazard-mitigation agencies can cost upward of $30,000 an …
With the Atlantic hurricane season officially beginning this month, the Office of Naval Research (ONR) is pursuing a number of projects to help Navy forecasters and meteorologists around the world predict storms better. “Weather is one of the most significant factors affecting …
This is the 29th entry in the Armed with Science series, Dispatches from Antarctica. The series features Air Force Lt. Col. Ed Vaughan’s first-hand experiences on OPERATION: DEEP FREEZE, the Defense Department’s support of National Science Foundation research in Antarctica. 1 November 2010, …