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  • Asymmetric Core Computing

    March 30, 2010

    An ARL researcher works on a state-of-the-art CPU. The Army needs mobile, adaptable, cost-effective, high performance computing solutions to facilitate efficient processing for increasingly digital and networked battlespaces. The binary computing field is rapidly evolving, driven largely by market forces and physical limitations in current processor...

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  • ARL Team Receives Second DoD Standardization Award in Two Years

    March 18, 2010

    An Army Research Lab team won a DoD award for writing manufacturing specifications that helped quality control and production of steel armor used on military vehicles, such as the MRAP, to protect Soldiers on the battlefield. An ARL team was recognized with a 2009 Defense Standardization Program Outstanding Achievement Award for writing steel plate...

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  • Neural Influences on Multi-Sensory Integration in Complex Settings

    March 09, 2010

    An ARL neuroscientist applies high-density electroencephalography equipment to a research participant's scalp. This project is the first in a new line of Army Research Laboratory basic research methods and tools that provide in sight for later application of neuroscientific principles to operational environments. ARL is investigating the neural underpinning...

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  • Advances in Virally Templated Flexible Batteries

    February 23, 2010

    Stamped lightweight flexible batteries: Batteries were constructed from genetically-engineered templates. The diameter of the battery shown on the right is 3mm (i.e., three one-thousands of a millimeter). Researchers sponsored by the Army Research Laboratory through the Institute for Collaborative Biotechnologies (ICB) have pioneered the use of...

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  • Six New Fellows Selected

    February 11, 2010

    The ranks of the U.S. Army Research Laboratory Fellows have increased following the recent appointment of six new Fellows by ARL Director John Miller. The new Fellows include Dr. Jan Andzelm, Dr. Alan Edelstein, Dr. Rose Pesce-Rodriguez, Dr. Brian Sadler, Dr. Gorden Videen and Dr. Michael Wraback. The Fellows constitute a select group of ARL's most eminent...

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  • JSHS Students Introduced to Real-world Science

    February 04, 2010

    About 10 students participating in the Junior Science and Humanities Symposium were introduced to the real world of science and engineering research during their Jan. 7, 2010 visit to the U.S. Army Research Laboratory. Starting their trip out with a welcome from ARL Director John Miller, the students toured five laboratories and were given the opportunity...

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  • Lab Technologies Highlighted at Army All-American Bowl

    January 26, 2010

    The Army Research Laboratory's Capt. Scott Shaffer (left) shows Maj. Mike Baker the "Phraselator," a hand-held language translation device during a technology demonstration in San Antonio Jan. 7. Thousands of veterans, students and San Antonio community members were introduced to Army technologies as well as an action-packed football game at the...

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  • ARL Employee Mentors Award-Winning Robotics Team

    January 12, 2010

    Tech Brick FTC Team 7, a robotics team from Harford County, Md. mentored by U.S. Army Research Laboratory employee Chris Hoppel, earned the Inspire Award at the US FIRST Maryland State Championship held at the College of Southern Maryland on Dec. 5. The Inspire Award is the highest recognition in the FIRST Technical Challenge (FTC) and qualifies the team...

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  • Obama Reviews ARL-ARO Funded Research

    December 21, 2009

    Before his speech, ISN Prof. Bulovic led President Obama tour of his research Lab at MIT. President Barack Obama recently toured laboratories at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and reviewed ARL/ARO-funded research. Obama's visit, which took place on Oct. 23 as part of a larger visit to the university to see the MIT Energy Initiative,...

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  • ARL-USMA Technology Symposium Held

    December 07, 2009

    An ARL researcher explains his research to a cadet during the poster presentations at the USMA-ARL Tech Symposium. Future Army leaders and current Army scientists came together during the 17th annual Army Research Laboratory-U.S. Military Academy Technical Symposium in Atlantic City, N.J., Nov. 9-10, 2009. About 100 USMA West Point cadets, 40 academy...

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  • ARL Technology Recognized as One of Army's Top 10 Inventions

    November 23, 2009

    A U.S. Army Research Laboratory team was recognized at the U.S. Army Greatest 2008 Inventions ceremony in September for creating armor that has saved lives on the battlefield. Active duty Soldiers selected the Mine-Resistant Ambush-Protected (MRAP) Armor Weight Reduction Spiral Program as one of the top ten Army inventions for its impact on Army capabilities,...

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  • ARL Reaches Out to West Point Cadets

    November 09, 2009

    An ARL researcher explains fuel cell and other energy research to a West Point Cadet. ARL showcased its technologies to hundreds of cadets, family members and the local community Sept. 18, 2009 at the annual U.S. Military Academy's Engineering Expo at West Point, N.Y. Joining about 24 other federal and private organizations at the expo, ARL displayed...

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Last Update / Reviewed: April 10, 2014