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Although 5G technology is still at a nascent stage of development, citizens and government will soon demand it to power a real-time connected world.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is expected to launch a research effort to strengthen the resilience and security of military wide-area networks.
The Navy and Esri are combining the massive amounts of data available from satellite and other remote-sensing platforms with the analytic tools of geospatial information systems.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced a new Defense Innovation Initiative that will identify and develop advanced technologies, ensuring that the United States has a competitive technological advantage.
Massachusetts announced a Galactic Grant Competition for commonwealth-based life science companies to conduct research on the International Space Station.
Using the Virtual Battlespace platform and a Kinect controller, a computer scientist at the Naval Research Lab built ROVER, a simulator that allows human handlers to practice emergency response with canine partners.
National Institute of Standards and Technology, University of Maryland and National Security Agency have formed a new center for quantum computing science.
Researchers have just demonstrated a device with an optical sensor that can grab an unattached USB cable and insert it into a USB port.
When the Large Hadron Collider comes back online in spring 2015, ESnet will be ready to handle the vastly increased data load.
DARPA aims to dramatically advance computational linguistics and language technology to enable rapid, low-cost development of capabilities for low-resource languages.
Researchers at MIT have demonstrated a simple system that uses virtual tokens tracked over wireless networks to detect traffic congestion and reroute traffic.
Sensor networks, artificial intelligence and building simulators are helping agencies lower energy consumption and costs.
International Space Station partners are developing a terrestrial return vehicle that will provide on-demand, rapid return of experimental results and materials from the space station back to Earth.