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  • Quantum dots' efficiency multiply with ARL, SUNY collaboration

    March 22, 2012

    When Kimberly Sablon was hired at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) in 2009, she recognized potential in quantum dots that would ultimately further energy possibilities. Sablon, a research scientist with the Energy Conversion Team, Electro-optic/Infrared Materials and Devices Branch of the Sensors and Electrons Devices Directorate (SEDD), suggested...

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  • Developments in social networking spur from NS CTA alliance

    March 20, 2012

    Army leaders are maneuvering networks that entangle operational units not only with battlefield guidance, but also with unconventional research findings. Network science experts from government, and a consortium of research centers funded with a $33 million investment from the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL), explore social, communication and information...

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    Developments in social networking spur from NS CTA alliance
     
  • ARL STTC employees judge future scientist and engineer projects

    March 15, 2012

    ORLANDO, Fla - The Seminole County Regional Science, Math and Engineering Fair celebrated 2012 as the "International Year of Sustainable Energy for All." Science and Technology (S&T) Managers from the U.S. Army Research Laboratory Simulation and Training Technology Center (STTC) along with eight colleagues from the Program Executive Office Simulation, Training...

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    ARL STTC employees judge future scientist and engineer projects
     
  • Shaped Charge expert named a 2012 IBS Fellow

    March 13, 2012

    Dr. William P. Walters, an internationally recognized expert in shaped charges and blast loading who's been employed with the Army Research Laboratory for more than 35 years, was named a Ballistic Science Fellow earlier this year by the International Ballistics Society. This designation is the most prestigious recognition given by the IBS, and marks Walters'...

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    Shaped Charge expert named a 2012 IBS Fellow
     
  • Five ARL scientists receive DoD Standardization award

    March 08, 2012

    Five research scientists from the Army Research Laboratory's Weapons and Materials Research Directorate will be recognized with a Defense Standardization Program Outstanding Achievement Award during a ceremony March 14, 2012 at the Pentagon's Hall of Heroes. This award marks the fourth time the ARL's Specifications and Standards Office has received the subject...

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  • Enemy threats against U.S. military vehicles to diminish under promising ARL research in MHD, computational science

    March 06, 2012

    The Army Research Laboratory is leveraging its expertise in highly sophisticated computational simulations that led to the development of the today's better, stronger MRAP vehicles, to help the Army forecast super-resilient combat systems like other ground vehicles to withstand serious insurgent threats. ARL is deepening its work in theoretical and computational...

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    Enemy threats against U.S. military vehicles to diminish under promising ARL research in MHD, computational science
     
  • LUCKY 7!
    Small team of all-homeschooled students wins big at robotics fete in Delaware

    February 28, 2012

    Swapping notes in study hall and hanging with the same friends at the lunch table are missed on a small group of area students whose hook ups after school - and on Saturday mornings - landed them first place in a major robotics competition in Delaware over the weekend, and a coveted spot at a robotics world championship competition in St. Louis, Mo., in April....

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    LUCKY 7! Small team of all-homeschooled students wins big at robotics fete in Delaware
     
  • ARL partners with Boston-based researchers to create graphene-based technologies for military applications

    February 21, 2012

    The U.S. Army Research Laboratory's (ARL) Sensors and Electron Devices Directorate (SEDD)entered into a three-year cooperative agreement with Boston-based Electronic Materials Research Institute at Northeastern University to design graphene-based technology for use in low-cost infrared imaging applications for the military. Scientists and historians alike...

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  • Aging ARL tower at White Sands serves to train warfighters

    February 14, 2012

    Soldiers from the 2nd Engineer Battalion, 573rd Clearance Company stationed at White Sands Missile Range, N.M. honed their warfighting skills Jan. 19, 2012 while conducting a demolition mission involving an unsafe 110-foot tower belonging to the Army Research Laboratory. Once it was determined that the tower needed to be demolished, Gary Giebel, chief of...

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  • VTD Rotorcraft Aeroelasticity Team Lead receives helicopter society honor

    February 07, 2012

    Matthew Wilbur, a senior research engineer who leads ARL's Vehicle Technology Directorate's Aeroelasticity Team, was recently awarded the American Helicopter Society Hampton Roads Chapter John W. White Engineer of the Year Award. The American Helicopter Society International is the world's oldest and largest professional society dedicated to enhancing the...

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    VTD Rotorcraft Aeroelasticity Team Lead receives helicopter society honor
     
  • WMRD participates in 2012 All-American Bowl exposition

    January 31, 2012

    Pauline Smith and Steve Taulbee of the U.S. Army Research Laboratory's (ARL) Weapons and Materials Research Directorate (WMRD), served as subject matter experts for the transparent armor interactive display at the Army Strong Zone section at the 2012 All-American Bowl exposition in San Antonio, Tx. The display featured several samples of transparent armor...

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    WMRD participates in 2012 All-American Bowl exposition
     
  • Melanie's Mission:
    Science, Technology, Engineering and Math workshop for science-focused HS girls 'stems' from ARL researcher's past, passion for youth

    January 24, 2012

    ABERDEEN, Md. - Ms. Melanie Will-Cole is a long way from her native New Mexican upbringing. But with as many turquoise stones as she has professional accolades, she represents an underrepresented example of women in STEM: real women with personal interests and uncompromising style wrapped around a highly-functioning scientific brain. For her, that was the...

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    Melanie's Mission:   Science, Technology, Engineering and Math workshop for science-focused HS girls 'stems' from ARL researcher's past, passion for youth
     
 
 

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