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Scientists mimic neural tissue in Army-funded research

(U.S. Army Research Laboratory) US Army-funded researchers at Brandeis University have discovered a process for engineering next-generation soft materials with embedded chemical networks that mimic the behavior of neural tissue. The breakthrough material may lead to autonomous soft robotics, dual sensors and actuators for soft exoskeletons, or artificial skins.

Army scientists help robots understand humans with board game idea

(U.S. Army Research Laboratory) Information scientists at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory and the University of Michigan have borrowed from the popular game "20 Questions," to make an important step towards helping robots maintain continuous and purposeful conversation with humans. Show More Summary

Social sensing emerges as a tool for Army leaders

(U.S. Army Research Laboratory) Army and university scientists are turning to problems with social media to create social sensing as a scientific discipline. For the Army in particular, this emerging science space, they say, will better help commanders assess and comprehend the accuracy and true meaning of information on the battlefield.

Businessman deploys Army technology, helps West Fargo manage 30,000-barrel diesel fire

(TechLink) A businessman brought recently licensed Army Research Laboratory technology to the scene of an industrial fire. Officials thankful for the help understanding atmospheric effects on smoke plume.

Army researchers are after cost-effective safer, lighter batteries

(U.S. Army Research Laboratory) Scientists at the US Army Research Laboratory and the Georgia Institute of Technology are focused on the development of batteries that improve the safety and energy density of ones currently found on the battlefield.

Captured electrons excite nuclei to higher energy states

For the first time, physicists from the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory and their collaborators, led by a team from the U.S. Army Research Laboratory, demonstrated a long-theorized nuclear effect. This advance...Show More Summary

Army-led effort demos new atomic effect for potential isotopic battery

(U.S. Army Research Laboratory) Army-led research team successfully demonstrates atomic effect first proposed more than 40 years ago.

Army research leading to materials of the future wins national award

(U.S. Army Research Laboratory) Army research that resulted in the first real-time visualization of single polymer chain growth was named 'Research of the Year' by Chemical and Engineering News.

Army welcomes newest supercomputers online

(U.S. Army Research Laboratory) Army Research Laboratory's massive room-size computers deliver lightning-fast processing speed.

Perconti named 2018 Federal Laboratory Director of the Year

(U.S. Army Research Laboratory) The Federal Laboratory Consortium named Dr. Philip Perconti, director of the US Army Research Laboratory, as its 2018 Director of the Year in a Feb. 2, 2018, announcement.

Army researchers develop new algorithms to train robots

(U.S. Army Research Laboratory) Researchers at the US Army Research Laboratory and the University of Texas at Austin have developed new techniques for robots or computer programs to learn how to perform tasks by interacting with a human instructor. Show More Summary

Army advances PTSD, other cognitive research through latest partnership

(U.S. Army Research Laboratory) New interventions improve Soldier readiness and resilience, as well as reducing symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD.

Army researchers make explosive discovery

(U.S. Army Research Laboratory) Scientists from the US Army Research Laboratory and the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory found a solution to a significant challenge in making high-energy explosives.

Army researchers make explosive discovery

Scientists from the U.S. Army Research Laboratory and the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory found a solution to a significant challenge in making high-energy explosives. They safely improved the overall chemical yield derived from diaminoglyoxime, known as DAG, and significantly increased the amount of material made per reaction.

Army scientists improve human-agent teaming by making AI agents more transparent

(U.S. Army Research Laboratory) US Army Research Laboratory scientists developed ways to improve collaboration between humans and artificially intelligent agents in two projects recently completed for the Autonomy Research Pilot Initiative supported by the Office of Secretary of Defense. Show More Summary

Army scientists shed light on new low-cost material for seeing in the dark

(U.S. Army Research Laboratory) Scientists at the US Army Research Laboratory and Stony Brook University have developed a new synthesis process for low-cost fabrication of a material previously discounted in literature for high-sensitivity infrared cameras, opening new possibilities for future Army night-time operations.

Environmentally-safe red glare rocket changes fireworks, Soldier technology

(U.S. Army Research Laboratory) Researchers at the US Army Research Laboratory and the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich, Germany have developed an environmentally-friendly red light flare popular in fireworks displays and among Soldiers who use them in training and battlefield operations as signaling devices.

Army partners with Marine Corps on 3-D printed drones

(U.S. Army Research Laboratory) Army researchers are working with the Marines to develop 3-D printed drones as materials science, aviation technology and software development merge to deliver new capabilities.

Army research wins 'Best Paper' at IEEE Global Communication Conference

(U.S. Army Research Laboratory) Research led by the US Army Research Laboratory's Dr. Jin-Hee Cho was highlighted in a paper that won the IEEE GLOBECOM 2017 Best Paper Award in the Selected Areas in the Communications symposium track in Singapore this week.

Army researcher earns best paper award at internet conference

(U.S. Army Research Laboratory) A paper co-written by a US Army Research Laboratory researcher received the best paper award at the Association for Computing and Machinery Asian Internet Engineering Conference 2017 in late November in Bangkok.

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