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Which organometallic compounds in the semiconductor industry are most often used for depositing ruthenium, tungsten, or cobalt?

Which organometallic compounds in the semiconductor industry are most often used for depositing ruthenium, tungsten, or cobalt?

What nonlethal and intermediate force capabilities can be integrated into unmanned aerial vehicles and demonstrated by the first quarter of 2025?

What nonlethal and intermediate force capabilities can be integrated into unmanned aerial vehicles and demonstrated by the first quarter of 2025?

Can a catalogue of modular payload standard-compliant systems be created?

Can a catalogue of modular payload standard-compliant systems be created?

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DoD Releases Open Announcement Through Other Transaction Authority for U.S. and Selected International Partners

The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) has released a new Open Announcement through the Defense Industrial Base Consortium Other Transaction Authority (DIBC OTA) that will accept unsolicited white papers to be considered for Defense Production…

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Space Force Official Outlines Roadmap for Commercial Partnerships

Lt. Gen. Shawn N. Bratton, the Space Force’s deputy chief of space operations, strategy, plans, programs, and requirements, said the service’s recently released Commercial Space Strategy challenges leaders to think about new pathways for commercial…

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Radar Is Advancing at Historic Speed. How Engineers Are Setting the Pace.

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — In a whirling geopolitical landscape of new nuclear weapons, hypersonic weapons, drones, and satellites, the US is hustling to test new kinds of radars aimed at detecting evolving threats. Many of these…

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