Service product packages offer holistic view of information systems risk posture.
The service is soliciting "innovative technical ideas" on research priorities and business tactics.
NASA's new GOLD mission to explore the ionosphere and the impact of that environment on radio communications.
Capability enables users to obtain tactical information from a ground network and pass it to and from Link 16.
A new ''robot dog" training simulator is helping canine handlers to improve their care of soldier dogs.
By using laser-generated 3-D images flashed into photosensitive resin, researchers can print complex parts in a fraction of the time.
Remote control systems may provide more firepower than Abrams tanks.
People need to understand what careers are out there and make sure youth get involved and learn about the options at an early age.
Data stored “in silos” is not providing a fluid, agile stream of information that the DOD needs to perform everyday missions.
Researchers at Lawrence Livermore's National Ignition Facility have found a way to successfully combine laser beams using plasma.
Pitch meeting reveals new technologies for communications, aerospace and transportation applications.
China's test of a quantum communications satellite opens the door to a long-sought goal for communicators and cybersecurity experts alike.
Better public-private partnerships sought to enhance security and resiliency.
The evolution of hyperconverged infrastructure makes it easier and more cost effective for providers to leverage and deploy applications and solutions.
One of the Army’s biggest needs in the area of tactical C3 is radio waveforms that are difficult to detect and intercept.
Modernizing the network in Hawaii and other Pacific locations could enhance network services, eliminate legacy technology, make infrastructure more survivable and improve cyber capabilities.
An aluminum nanomaterial recently designed by U.S. Army scientists produces high amounts of energy when it comes in contact with water.
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.
While it seems appropriate that octogenarians tell stories that begin with, "When I was your age...," now people only in their 30s are marveling at the capabilities the younger generation enjoys.
For the first time since Congress began composing the biannual Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) scorecard, more agency grades declined than improved.