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DARPA designed tech that can snag 1,100-pound drones right out of the air

The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is working on a way to launch drones into flight and then snag them right out of the air with a system that can be loaded onto a truck or ship.   The agency recently released test footage of the next-gen drone tech, currently being developed under the callsign SideArm. Show More Summary

NFL Free Agency 2017: Hidden Gems from NFL1000

One of the best things about the constant, week-to-week analysis in the NFL1000 is the ability to project that research into the offseason. As teams start to focus their efforts on free agents, some obvious names will lead the discussion:...Show More Summary

The Navy is building an autonomous underwater drone to hunt down enemy submarines

The research arm of the United States Military, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), recently held an event at the Pentagon showing off some of their next-generation technology. While there, we had a chance to check...Show More Summary

Top 20 Objective Questions on Evolution of Internet

1. ARPANET used the concept of packet switching network consisting of subnet and............... computers.  A) local B) remote C) host D) network 2.  ARPANET was developed by the ARPA(Advanced Research Project Agency) in.................... which is the research arm of DOD.  A) 1968 B) 1966 C) 1969 D) 1967 3. Before ARPANET, the networks were basically the telephone networks

Drones might be used for urban warfare in the future

This story was delivered to BI Intelligence IoT Briefing subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. The US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is researching the possibility of building a drone fleet designed...Show More Summary

The US military is building drones that can take off, spy, and attack from anywhere

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency — DARPA — is the research and development division of the US military. It recently unveiled the Tern drone, an autonomous vehicle that can take off vertically and fly horizontally, giving...Show More Summary

The 5 most exciting technologies the US military is building right now

  The research arm of the United States Military, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), recently held an event at the Pentagon showing off some of their  next-generation technology. While there, we had a chance to check out some of DARPA's non-classified projects. Show More Summary

U.S. Military Testing Cybernetic Brain Enhancements

For better or worse (probably worse), much of the world’s top brain power and research funding goes towards building war machines and military technology. For years, the United States’ own Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has been testing the waters for how viable automated killer robot...

Penn-led team receives DARPA support to develop 'next generation' social science

(University of Pennsylvania) A scientific team led by the University of Pennsylvania has received an award from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to develop and validate reproducible methods for studying human social behavior.

NASA to train in Hawaii for future Mars missions

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NASA's next stop in the quest to find Martian life: Hawaii. Researchers partnering with the federal space agency will travel to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park to prepare for future manned missions to the Red Planet. The project, called Biologic Analog Science Associated with Lava Terrains (BASALT), will last two weeks. Show More Summary

Exploring drug delivery systems for next-generation gene therapy

Katie Whitehead, assistant professor of chemical engineering at Carnegie Mellon University, recently received the Young Faculty Award (YFA) from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). The YFA is a prestigious award for junior faculty that is designed to "identify and engage rising research stars," according to DARPA.

The U.S. Military Fears Russia's Electronic Warfare Capabilities. DARPA Might Have a Solution.

Tim Broderick Security, Get ready, Moscow.  Reliable radar jamming and resistance to hostile electronic warfare (EW) will soon be standard, thanks to a program funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. DARPA has awarded...Show More Summary

This Agency Designed a Toolkit to Help Marketers and Clients Improve Their Campaigns

Of 1,200 marketers surveyed, over 70 percent think marketing campaigns aren't delivering the intended or promised goals. With that in mind, The Paragraph Project—a market research and brand strategy firm located in Durham, N.C.—cameShow More Summary

DARPA Awards $171M to LM for HABWC | NG’s Triton Cleared for LRIP | Oshkosh to Provide $378M FMS in Tactical Vehicles to Somalia, Cameroon & Iraq

Americas The US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has awarded a $171 million contract to Lockheed Martin as part of its Hypersonic Air-Breathing Weapon Concept (HABWC) program. A joint effort between DARPA and the USAF,...Show More Summary

DARPA’s New Construction Materials… that Self-Repair?

Originally published on Green Building Elements Opening up a new field of design for construction technology, the US Department of Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is envisioning futuristic materials that repair themselves. Show More Summary

NSF awards $25 million in new projects in support of the Computer Science for All Initiative

As the lead federal agency responsible for building the research knowledge base for Computer Science (CS) education, the National Science Foundation (NSF) is pleased to announce more than $25 million in awards since the administration's CS for All initiative launched just seven months ago. These... Show More Summary

Shadowy Ex-DARPA Head Becomes Consultant to Ukraine's Military Industry

Kiev doesn't seem to have lost its appetite for hiring foreign officials and advisors. Their latest acquisition is Anthony Tether, the former head of the Pentagon's secretive Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, better known as DARPA. Tether is now an advisor for Ukraine's state-owned defense conglomerate Ukroboronprom.

Pentagon Developing Secret Anti-Drone Death Laser and They Want Your Help!

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has issued requests for designs of an omnipresent laser system that can defend America from the scourge of hundreds of miniature drones… and probably Russian hypersonic weapons as well.

Hackers have developed autonomous programs that'll hunt down and fix your vulnerabilities

7 months agoTechnology : Yahoo: Tech

The teams, which were participating in the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s (DARPA) Cyber Grand Challenge, proved that software they built could autonomously hunt for, identify and fix tiny vulnerabilities in programs. DARPA...Show More Summary

Why DARPA is Pushing the XS-1 Spaceplane

Citing increasing U.S. launch costs and the “fleeing” of commercial customers to foreign launch service providers, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is continuing to push a bold strategy tied to a new, reusable spaceplane...Show More Summary

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