Tag Archives: U.S. Naval Research Laboratory

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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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The deadly Lassa virus is widespread in parts of West Africa. Navy scientists are studying its genetic diversity to aid the development of a vaccine.
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Imagine a material that makes windows tough like armor and keeps smart phones from breaking when dropped. Meet: spinel.
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DoD Lab Day featured military safety and intelligence advancements. We’re highlighting a few.
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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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The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory has found that some types of rubber provide corrosion protection for amphibious assault vehicles.
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NRL astrophysicist Dr. T.L. Wilson is part of a multi-national research team that has discovered an outburst in the infrared from a deeply embedded protostar.
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