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June 19, 2019 | Source: DARPA, 30 April 2019
DARPA Tests Advanced Chemical Sensors
Next-generation algorithms and sensors for detecting chemical threats put through their paces in SIGMA+ program. May hold promise for military use in development of large region...
March 26, 2018 | Source: U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, nrl.navy.mil, 4 Jan 2018, Daniel Parry
NRL Improves Optical Efficiency in Nanophotonic Devices
A team of physicists, headed by the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), have demonstrated the means to improve the optical loss characteristics and transmission efficiency of...
December 18, 2017 | Source: University of California, San Diego, jacobsschool.ucsd.edu, 19 Sept 2017, Liezel Labios
Squeezing Light Into Infinitesimally Thin Lines
Researchers have demonstrated a new mode of electromagnetic wave, called a "line wave," which travels along an infinitesimally thin line along the interface between two adjacent...
December 18, 2017 | Source: Dartmouth College, dartmouth.edu, 1 Nov 2017, Office of Communications
New Soft Electronic Textiles Could Offer Advanced Protection for Soldiers and Emergency Personnel
New technology that harnesses electronic signals in a smart fabric could lead to advanced hazardous-material gear that protects against toxic chemicals, according to research from...
Survivability and Vulnerability
November 21, 2016 | Source: Novus Light, Anne Fischer
Navy Pairs Thermal Imaging with Spectroscopy for Standoff Chemical Detection
Detecting trace quantities of explosives, chemical or biological agents on a variety of surfaces is challenging—especially from a distance without physically collecting a sample...
September 7, 2016 | Source: Dexter Johnson, spectrum.ieee.org
Carbon Nanotube-Based Sensor Detects Toxins With a Mobile Phone
A little over four years ago, researchers at the University of California, Riverside, developed a sensor made from carbon nantoubes for detecting toxic chemicals. So enthusiastic...
Portable Deep-Ultraviolet Raman Spectroscopy for Standoff Threat Detection
INTRODUCTION The growing proliferation of concealed improvised threats (e.g., explosives and chemical warfare agents [CWAs]), has created a critical international need for systems...