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quantum research

Army Scientists Revolutionize Cybersecurity Through Quantum Research

Scientists at the RDECOM Research Laboratory, the Army's corporate research laboratory (ARL), have found a novel way to safeguard quantum information during transmission, opening...
concussion damage

Computation Combats Concussion Damage

As football season rolls on, fans across the country look forward every weekend to touchdowns, tackles and tailgating. But recent news about football-induced brain...
Li-ion Battery

UMD Researchers Develop Stable, Robust Li-ion Battery Chemistry

Researchers at the University of Maryland (UMD) have partnered with the John Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) and the Army Research Lab to develop...
torpedo

Fire and Forget

Torpedoes are a lot smarter than they used to be.Originally, torpedoes weren’t too bright. They went where they were aimed, but couldn’t change course...
cyclocopter

Paddlewheel Propulsion is now Vertical and Multi-Modal

The US Army’s quest for autonomous reconnaissance aircraft that could fit in the palm of a soldier’s hand has led to a breakthrough in...
KiloCore

World’s First 1,000-Processor Chip 

UC Davis-designed chip has 1,000 independently programmable processors Energy-efficient chip splits programs in pieces across multiple processors Applications include wireless coding/decoding, video processing,...
batteries, Lyme Disease, influenza virus, climate change, pediatric cancer, Blood Pressure, Exoplanet, Human Pathogen, Heating and Cooling Device, Wireless Power, Electrogenetic Device, climate, Pest Damage, Battery, Game Theory, Terahertz, batteries, Water-Based Battery, fungal infections

More Salt Equals More Power for Safe, Green Water-Based Battery Tech

With just a pinch more salt, a team of researchers at the University of Maryland, the Army Research Laboratory and colleagues have added new...
batteries, Lyme Disease, influenza virus, climate change, pediatric cancer, Blood Pressure, Exoplanet, Human Pathogen, Heating and Cooling Device, Wireless Power, Electrogenetic Device, climate, Pest Damage, Battery, Game Theory, Terahertz, batteries, Water-Based Battery, fungal infections

More Salt, More Power: Building Better Batteries

A team of researchers at the University of Maryland (UMD), U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL),(link is external) and colleagues have developed a battery that is at...
additive manufacturing

Roadmap for advancement of additive manufacturing materials, released

Penn State researchers have released a roadmap that is designed to offer a strategy for building the fundamental knowledge necessary to accelerate the design...