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- Astronomers are studying an explosion that may provide clues to large stellar eruptions http://t.co/0uUtEdg6EX #space http://t.co/97j1k755mF about 23 hours ago from TweetDeck
- #STEM Success: Students designed, built & programmed #robots w/ help from military mentors http://t.co/2NOUbeNiqX http://t.co/Vx1OSMcAP3 01:03:04 PM May 01, 2015 from TweetDeck
- The future force will be able to operate in poor atmospheric conditions, thanks to #sensors. http://t.co/uX1ZYe4EVq http://t.co/4R4W8fPW59 01:31:04 PM April 30, 2015 from TweetDeck
- New research will develop a prototype diving helmet that could revolutionize @USNAvy missions. http://t.co/7nezQl7PBe http://t.co/dDyGF7Jlj8 01:27:01 PM April 29, 2015 from TweetDeck
- The DoD is making an investment in STEM to ensure #milkids are college ready: http://t.co/Rd8i2DfCvm http://t.co/o7cnyiv59O 02:00:42 PM April 28, 2015 from TweetDeck
Tag Archives: President Barack Obama
A new Cyber Threat Intelligence Integration Center is being created under the auspices of the director of national intelligence.
President Barack Obama announces additional steps that call for more information sharing, modernized law enforcement & updated security data breach reporting.
A tremendous change has taken place in U.S. intelligence capabilities over the past decade…and even bigger changes are underway.
Navy Vice Adm. Michael S. Rogers is to be the next commander of U.S. Cyber Command, director of the National Security Agency and chief of the Central Security Service.
The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy joined with a coalition of private-sector partners from the telecommunications industry to launch “Warriors 4 Wireless”.
Malicious cyberattacks are quickly becoming a defining security challenge “for our time, for all our institutions,” said Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel. “They are putting America’s economic and technological advantages and our industrial base at risk,” the secretary added. “And they …
A senior DOD official said the Defense Department needs to be thinking now about how to best recruit a workforce skilled in science and technology, which will be increasingly vital to national security. Reginald Brothers, deputy assistant secretary of defense …