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Army scientists have reached a promising milestone in the field of quantum research for enhanced capabilities in quantum simulation and quantum computation aimed at massive data storage and processing for tactical advantage by the soldier. Quantum entanglement has the potential for massive data storage and processing; secure communications; and quantum, rather than classically limited, sensing and navigation. (Photo credit: CCDC/ARL)

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The Naval Research Laboratory’s narrow field imager shown on one of the four PUNCH micro-satellites. PUNCH will provide imaging of the solar wind from low Earth orbit. The work was funded by NASA. (Photo credit: PUNCH team/Southwest Research Institute)

Bouncing cube robot with shock-absorbing “skins” that transfer less than half of the energy that would normally be transferred to the ground. (Photo credit: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Lincoln Laboratory)

Ultrananocrystalline diamond-coated pump seals. John Crane plans to leverage one of Earth's hardest materials to improve mechanical seal reliability and performance in difficult applications involving poor lubricating fluids, liquids above their atmospheric boiling point, and abrasive slurries. (Image courtesy of Advanced Diamond Technologies)

Christopher P. Austin, M.D., NCATS Director, and Anne Pariser, M.D., NCATS ORDR Director, pose with the “No Disease Left Behind: Empowering Patients to Take Action” Ignite team at the HHS Innovation Day on June 12, 2019. Team members include Eric Sid, M.D., M.H.A., NCATS team lead; Christine Cutillo, MMCi, Health Science Policy Analyst; and Alice Chen, M.D., NCATS Medical Officer. (Photo credit: NCATS)

In high-temperature gas-cooled reactors, graphite encapsulates and encloses the fuel, moderating the nuclear reaction and serving as a structural element that ensures reactor safety if cooling is lost. (Photo credit: INL)

Airman 1st Class Valric Suyom, a recent graduate of the Security Forces apprentice course, participates in a use-of- force training scenario in the Multiple Interactive Learning Objectives (MILO) simulator as Staff Sgt. James McKinney, 343rd Training Squadron instructor, guides the training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, May 29, 2019. The MILO system puts students in various interactive use-of-force training scenarios, including the potential application of deadly force, through the use of enhanced video screens. (U.S. Air Force photo by Dan Hawkins)

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