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  • Research and Development

    September 2018

    DARPA at 60: Director Lays Out Vision for Agency’s Future

    The director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency said in order for the organization to meet the high expectations of the nation, and to uphold its reputation as a purveyor of cutting edge technology it must evolve.
  • Air Force News

    September 2018

    Air Force to Roll Out New S&T Strategy

    The Air Force is preparing to release a new science and technology strategy that will guide it through the 2030s, said Heather Wilson, the service’s secretary Sept. 5.
  • Robotics and Autonomous Systems

    September 2018

    AI: The Future of the Defense Industry?

    By Susan Cassidy , Calvin Cohen and Zachary Mears
    The technologies of the defense industry are in the early stages of a seismic shift in the area of intelligent warfare. Given the advances in the commercial world, the Pentagon has realized in some cases it may need to turn to nontraditional contractors to fill important roles and that it needs to ramp up its expertise in artificial intelligence.
  • Research and Development

    August 2018

    R&D Special Report: Army Labs

    By National Defense Staff
    National Defense magazine asked research laboratories involved in national security programs: “What is your organization’s number one R&D ‘big bet,’ (in other words: a high-risk, high-reward technology investment) that you believe will have the biggest payoff for those in the military or national security realm? Why? And in what ways do you think it will benefit the end users?”
  • Research and Development

    August 2018

    R&D Special Report: Air Force Labs

    By National Defense Staff
    National Defense Magazine asked research laboratories involved in national security programs: “What is your organization’s number one R&D ‘big bet,’ (in other words: a high-risk, high-reward technology investment) that you believe will have the biggest payoff for those in the military or national security realm? Why? And in what ways do you think it will benefit the end users?”
  • Research and Development

    August 2018

    R&D Special Report: Maritime Security Domain

    By National Defense Staff
    National Defense magazine asked research laboratories involved in national security programs: “What is your organization’s number one R&D ‘big bet,’ (in other words: a high-risk, high-reward technology investment) that you believe will have the biggest payoff for those in the military or national security realm? Why? And in what ways do you think it will benefit the end users?”
  • Research and Development

    August 2018

    R&D Special Report: Federally Funded Research Labs

    By National Defense Staff
    National Defense Magazine asked research laboratories involved in national security programs: “What is your organization’s number one R&D ‘big bet,’ (in other words: a high-risk, high-reward technology investment) that you believe will have the biggest payoff for those in the military or national security realm? Why? And in what ways do you think it will benefit the end users?”
  • Research and Development

    August 2018

    IARPA-Funded Initiatives Could Thwart Biothreats

    By Vivienne Machi
    The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity has enlisted Ginkgo Bioworks — a Boston-based synthetic DNA company — in several initiatives meant to get ahead of potential biological threats such as infectious disease outbreaks or even bioterrorism.
  • Research and Development

    July 2018

    Industry, Academia Working to ‘Humanize’ Exoskeletons

    By Vivienne Machi
    New research from scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Draper, a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based advanced technology company, seeks to understand how to develop more functional exoskeletons.
  • Army News

    July 2018

    Army Official: Not All Equipment Modernized by 2028

    WILMINGTON, Del. — Documents call for the Army to be a “modernized” force by 2028, but that won’t be the case for all of its vehicles, aircraft and other equipment, a senior service official said July 24.
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