Army researcher Anthony J. Roberts powers a radio-controlled toy tank with hydrogen harvested from a unique chemical reaction. U.S. Army photo by David McNally Quenching the Thirst for Battlefield Energy

An aluminum nanomaterial recently designed by U.S. Army scientists produces high amounts of energy when it comes in contact with water.

Combating Cyberthreats With Faster Acquisition

Combating cyberthreats takes money and a faster buying process.

Startup to Provide Decentralized Encryption Key Management

The DHS S&T Directorate has given Evernym a SBIR award to develop a mechanism for managing encryption keys needed for the secure and scalable deployment of blockchain technologies.

University’s Institute for Cybersecurity to Build Cyber Range

Officials with the Institute for Cybersecurity at Regent University announced the school is building a state-of-the-art cyber range training facility at its Virginia Beach campus.

Maj. Gen. Sandra Finan, USAF, discusses her unique path, barriers she helped break and future opportunities that exist for women in the Air Force. Part Inspiration, Part Determination

Award-winning series demonstrates how far women have come in technical fields ... and how much work still needs to be done.

Caroline Scheck, a mechanical engineer with the Additive Manufacturing Project Office, tells middle- and high-school students with the Washington, D.C., Girls in Technology program about the Manufacturing, Knowledge and Education Lab, Naval Surface Warfare Center in March. (U.S. Navy photo by Dustin Q. Diaz/Released) One Small Step Taken. One Giant Leap Needed.

Even though my parents, teachers and peers told me I could be anything, and I truly believed them, I was never encouraged to be a scientist or pursue a career in STEM. It was a bit outside my comfort zone.