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  1. The U.S. Army: An Intensely Lethal Force
    The U.S. Army: An Intensely Lethal Force

    The Army must fundamentally change its approach to modernization to consider multiple possible futures and leverage commercial… view now

    0 thumb_up thumb_down | Posted 1 week ago
  2. The Urgent Origin of ARPA
    The Urgent Origin of ARPA

    When the Soviets successfully launched Sputnik 1, the world's first artificial satellite, on October 4, 1957. Americans were… view now

    0 thumb_up thumb_down | Posted 2 weeks ago
  3. Communicating with NASA's Cassini Spacecraft
    Communicating with NASA's Cassini Spacecraft

    There are many technological features on Cassini that have enabled NASA to communicate with the spacecraft and allowed scientists… view now

    3 thumb_up thumb_down | Posted 4 weeks ago
  4. Air Force Tech Report: Fly by Feel
    Air Force Tech Report: Fly by Feel

    For scientists at the Air Force Research Laboratory, the hairs on bats and crickets inspired the creation of artificial hair… view now

    1 thumb_up thumb_down | Posted Aug 04, 2017
  5. Armed with Science: Naval Future Force Expo
    Armed with Science: Naval Future Force Expo

    The Office of Naval Research’s Naval Future Force Science and Technology Expo is the premier science and tech event for the… view now

    0 thumb_up thumb_down | Posted Aug 03, 2017
  6. Naval Science, Tech Expo
    Naval Science, Tech Expo

    The Office of Naval Research’s Naval Future Force Science and Technology Expo is the premier science and tech event for the… view now

    0 thumb_up thumb_down | Posted Jul 31, 2017
  7. It's a Bird! It's a Fish! It's ... the Naviator
    It's a Bird! It's a Fish! It's ... the Naviator

    A quadcopter that swims and flies could be used for U.S. Navy special operations. Officials showed off experimental technology… view now

    0 thumb_up thumb_down | Posted Jul 21, 2017
  8. DARPA-Funded Program May Help Future Soldiers
    DARPA-Funded Program May Help Future Soldiers

    The Warrior Web program, funded by DARPA, is coming to an end; however, Army researchers hope to find future collaborators… view now

    1 thumb_up thumb_down | Posted Jul 18, 2017
  9. Inventor Dean Kamen Discusses DARPA's LUKE Arm
    Inventor Dean Kamen Discusses DARPA's LUKE Arm

    Inventor Dean Kamen talks about working with DARPA to develop the LUKE Arm, a new generation of prosthetic limb that gives… view now

    0 thumb_up thumb_down | Posted Jul 11, 2017
  10. BepiColombo: Mission to Mercury
    BepiColombo: Mission to Mercury

    ESA and the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) have teamed up for the dual spacecraft mission to the planet Mercury… view now

    0 thumb_up thumb_down | Posted Jul 05, 2017
  11. Smart Quadcopters Find their Way without Human Help or GPS
    Smart Quadcopters Find their Way without Human Help or GPS

    Phase 1 of DARPA’s Fast Lightweight Autonomy (FLA) program concluded recently following a series of obstacle-course flight… view now

    0 thumb_up thumb_down | Posted Jun 29, 2017
  12. Mars Rover
    Mars Rover

    Europe’s first Mars rover will have an unmatched capability to autonomously navigate up to 70 meters a day with no outside… view now

    1 thumb_up thumb_down | Posted Jun 23, 2017

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