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Army assesses electromagnetic vulnerabilities

Posted January 11, 2013 by Joyce Conant

The U.S. Army Research Laboratory, Survivability/Lethality Analysis Directorate's state-of-the-art Electromagnetic Vulnerability Assessment Facility here is used to conduct experiments that address the electromagnetic vulnerability requirements of the U.S. Army Weapon and Communication-Electronics Systems.

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NASA invests in small business innovation research, technology proposals to enable future missions

Posted April 5, 2013 by

NASA has selected 295 research and technology proposals from 216 American small businesses for negotiations that may lead to contract awards worth a combined $38.7 million. The proposals are part of NASA’s Small Business Innovation Research Program and Small Business Technology Transfer Program. SBIR addresses specific technology gaps in agency missions while striving to complement…

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NASA partners with LEGO Group for design, build contest

Posted June 5, 2013 by

NASA and the LEGO Group are partnering to inspire the next generation of aerospace engineers by offering a new design competition. The competition will spur students of all ages to use the toy bricks in building models of future airplanes and spacecraft. The “NASA’s Missions: Imagine and Build” competition opens Wednesday with an entry deadline…

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NASA data reveals mega-canyon under Greenland ice sheet

Posted August 31, 2013 by

Data from a NASA airborne science mission reveals evidence of a large and previously unknown canyon hidden under a mile of Greenland ice. The canyon has the characteristics of a winding river channel and is at least 460 miles long, making it longer than the Grand Canyon. In some places, it is as deep as…

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Dryden’s DROID demonstrates autonomous UAS-to-UAS air tow

Posted February 5, 2014 by Peter Merlin

Engineers at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center chalked up another first for the center recently when they flew a scale-model sailplane that was towed aloft by one of NASA's small Dryden Remotely Operated Integrated Drones - DROID for short.

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California faults moved quietly after Baja quake

Posted May 14, 2014 by

A new NASA study finds that a major 2010 earthquake in northern Mexico triggered quiet, non-shaking motions on several Southern California faults that released as much energy as a magnitude 4.9 to 5.3 earthquake.

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NASA-pioneered Automatic Ground-Collision Avoidance System operational

Posted October 15, 2014 by c

A new NASA-developed Automatic Ground-Collision Avoidance System (Auto-GCAS) that could significantly reduce the incidence of controlled flight into terrain aircraft accidents is currently being integrated into the flight control systems of the U.S. Air Force's fleet of F-16 fighter aircraft.

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JTRS advances ‘Cognitive Radio’ concept

Posted May 4, 2012 by by Kris Osborn

The Joint Program Executive Office for Joint Tactical Radio Systems is moving closer to its vision of Cognitive Radio, a concept engineered to allow a family of software-programmable radios to better use portions of the available spectrum, service officials said. Cognitive Radio allows...

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NASA launches new technology transfer portal

Posted June 20, 2012 by

In an effort to accelerate technology transfer from NASA into the hands of American businesses, industry and the public, the agency's new Technology Transfer Portal is open for business.

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New imaging technique detects changes in veins that may better illuminate brain injury

Posted August 7, 2012 by by Barb Ruppert

A new dimension in imaging technology detects minute levels of vascular damage in the form of bleeding, clots and reduced levels of oxygenation that may better illuminate our...

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