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  • STTC proves to kids math and science can be fun

    September 03, 2013

    Science and math is usually the last thing on any child's mind during summer vacation, but when these topics are presented in a fun manner to children, the outcome can be surprising. The U.S. Army Research Laboratory, Human Research and Engineering Directorate's Simulation and Training Technology Center hosted a summer bring your children to work day event...

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    STTC proves to kids math and science can be fun
     
  • Okusaga and Zhou recognized with 2012 RDA Award

    August 29, 2013

    Dr. Olukayode Okusaga and Dr. Weimin Zhou were recently recognized by the Department of the Army with a 2012 Army Research and Development Achievement Award for their work titled "Photonic Synthesis and Distribution of Ultra-Low-Noise Radio Frequency Signals." The team developed techniques for taking precise Radio-Frequency (RF) signals used by the Army,...

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    Okusaga and Zhou recognized with 2012 RDA Award
     
  • West Point's newest faculty tour ARL

    August 28, 2013

    The U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) at the Adelphi Laboratory Center (ALC) and Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG) recently hosted 21 new faculty members from the United States Military Academy at West Point for a tour around the organization's various directorates and laboratories. On the first day of the tour at ALC, Len Huskey, associate for corporate programs,...

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  • ARL researchers and RDEC partners recognized with RDA awards

    August 27, 2013

    Researchers at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) were recently recognized with 2012 Research and Development Achievement (RDA) awards for their collaborative work and dedication towards improving the Army's technical capabilities. The following ARL researchers were recognized: Dr. Jemin George, Dr. Lance Kaplan, Mr. Bruce Buckland (Soldier and...

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  • ARL supported robotics club takes 2nd place at annual competition

    August 26, 2013

    ORLANDO, Fla. -- The Robotics Club at the University of Central Florida, a volunteer student-run organization, supported by the U.S. Army Research Laboratory, Human Research and Engineering Directorate, Simulation and Training Technology Center, took second place at the 6th annual RoboBoat competition, sponsored by the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems...

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    ARL supported robotics club takes  2nd place at annual competition
     
  • ARL Scientist and Engineer Win Best Paper Award at 22nd Annual BRiMS Conference

    August 15, 2013

    Aided by the Internet, Dr. Kevin Chan, electronics engineer, and Dr. Jin-Hee Cho, computer scientist, of the U.S. Army Research Laboratory's Computational and Information Sciences Directorate's Tactical Network Assurance Branch, were recently recognized with the Best Paper Award at the 22nd Annual Conference on Behavior Representation in Modeling and Simulation,...

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    ARL Scientist and Engineer Win Best Paper Award at 22nd Annual BRiMS Conference
     
  • Army scientists collaborate for stronger laser protection

    August 13, 2013

    Just as sunglasses protect the wearer's eyes from the ultraviolet rays of the summer sun, some materials protect eyes and sensors from laser devices. U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) scientists are looking at findings from university partners to determine which materials provide the most effective protection against lasers. "Bringing new levels of protection...

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  • ARL, Purdue research of 3-D printing to fix damaged on-the-spot in combat zones, cut maintenance costs

    August 08, 2013

    New technology being developed by research engineers at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory and Purdue University will soon help just about any Soldier deployed in far-off locations to immediately spot and fix damaged aircraft and ground vehicle parts. Researchers found that combining the general purpose, finite-element analysis software ABAQUS with Python,...

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    ARL, Purdue research of 3-D printing to fix damaged on-the-spot in combat zones, cut maintenance costs
     
  • Real-world experience, more than alma mater, puts college grads atop hiring lists

    August 07, 2013

    The AIAD program enables cadets to perform research with leaders in government and private sector laboratories, both stateside and abroad. These experiences broaden the cadets' perspectives and provide them with practical advanced edAs Cadet Edric Zahn enters his second year of college this fall, he's already leaps ahead of the estimated 37 percent of 2013 college...

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  • Partnership In Research Transition (PIRT) Program students welcomed to ARL

    August 06, 2013

    Summertime at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) means many things. Vacationing colleagues make parking somewhat more available; fitness center activity increases with longer days; and outdoor events abound. One particularly welcome harbinger of summer is the arrival of the interns. They are those fresh faces and brisk-paced minds that appear in reception,...

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  • Harnessing new ideas

    August 01, 2013

    Gunners, patrol personnel, cooks, medics and other Soldiers who wear helmets for long periods of time could get much needed head and neck relief from a revolutionary device developed by U.S. Army Research Laboratory researchers, a new study found. The Vertical Load Offset System—or VLOS, a prototype exoskeletal device designed to displace the static...

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  • 'Long-Lived Power' could extend life for battlefield sensors

    July 31, 2013

    "Long-Lived Power" sounds like it could be an energy revolution, a revolutionary of sorts within the family of far-reaching energy solutions for the battlefield—because it uses radioisotopes. It is a power source that supports low power for years—100 microwatts of average power—according to its developers. Scientists at the U.S. Army...

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