Posts Tagged "DARPA"

DARPA’s sub-hunting drone appears in concept video

DARPA’s sub-hunting drone appears in concept video

The murky details of DARPA’s sub-hunting drone project are a bit clearer, thanks to a new concept video published by Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC). DARPA is spending US$58 million to have SAIC build the first Anti-Submarine Warfare Continuous Trail Unmanned Vehicle (ACTUV), which will detect and track a growing…

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DARPA foam fights internal bleeding

DARPA foam fights internal bleeding

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is developing a foam that can be injected into the body cavities of battlefield wounded to protect them from internal abdominal bleeding. The agency hopes that when perfected, the foam will help the wounded to survive the critical minutes needed to transport them…

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Hybrid self-charging power cell by-passes batteries

Hybrid self-charging power cell by-passes batteries

Systems that convert kinetic energy into electric energy have made great strides in recent times, from mobile phone charging bicycle dynamos to tiles that turn footsteps into electrical energy. Recently researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology have come up with what they believe is a more efficient approach. They have…

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