News Archive

Army awards grants to eight universities to tackle modernization challenges

The Army looks to develop disruptive solutions


February 26, 2020

Additive manufacturing to provide Soldiers with cutting-edge munitions

Army researchers push the application of 3-D printing to new boundaries


February 25, 2020

Going Green: Eco-friendly plastic to replace Soldier’s supplies in battle

Advanced 3D printing from recycled plastic is an eco-friendly way to strengthen operational readiness, curb supply chain reliance, and improve troop safety, says a top Army scientist — with testing and evaluations on a mobile lab set for next year.


February 21, 2020

Army scientists develop cutting-edge, durable 3D printing technology


February 20, 2020

Future Soldiers may get improved helmet padding

Army researchers explore 3-D printing and new materials


February 19, 2020

Army researchers develop efficient distributed deep learning

A new algorithm is enabling deep learning that is more collaborative and communication-efficient than traditional methods


February 18, 2020

Army lab selects research fellows to support Soldier survivability

The Army benefits from the potential transfer of new science and technology from up-and-coming leaders in their fields


February 13, 2020

Army researchers develop new method for analyzing metal

When mechanical parts slide against each other for long periods of time, the constant grinding may wear down the metal surfaces until the parts are no longer functional


February 12, 2020

Researchers highlight role of science in modern military in new book

A free version for e-readers is available


February 12, 2020

Army researchers pursue Soldier protection technologies

When faced with battlefield threats, American Soldiers depend more than ever on body armor to protect them.


February 11, 2020

Discovery brings nanoscale thermal switches needed for next-gen computing

An Army project advances refrigeration, data storage, thermal computing and heat management of buildings


February 10, 2020

Rare-earth element material could produce world’s smallest transistors

A material from a rare earth element, tellurium, could produce the world’s smallest transistor, thanks to an Army-funded project.


February 10, 2020