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A new alloy created by Army and Arizona State University researchers is believed to be stronger than the fictitious vibranium found in Marvel Captain America's shield. (Credit: U.S. Army illustration)

A demonstration flight article is wound with carbon nanotube composites.
(Photo credit: NASA)

Photo courtesy of Argonne National Laboratory

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory researchers and industrial partners have modeled many of the processes involved in laser powder bed fusion additive manufacturing, including powder spreading, melting and spatter. (Image courtesy of LLNL)

Chippewa National Forest putting on a fall color show at the Norway Beach Recreation Area. (Photo credit: Forest Service)

Argonne and Capstone Turbine Corp. plan to refine Argonne’s system to capture and store waste heat. (Image by Argonne National Laboratory)

BioBits kits are designed to be used by students and teachers with no biological training. They use simple, hands-on experiments, some using common household fruits, to teach the concepts of synthetic and molecular biology. (Courtesy photo by Wyss Institute at Harvard University/Army Research Laboratory)

: NIST researcher David Leibrandt and the quantum logic clock. (Photo credit: Burrus/NIST)

The machine common sense (MCS) program seeks to address the challenge of articulating and encoding human common-sense reasoning for intelligent machines. The program will aim to create machine common-sense services that can break down the barrier between the narrowly focused AI applications of today and the more general AI applications of the future. (Image credit: DARPA)

Artist's sketch of an X-60A launch. (Illustration courtesy of AFRL)

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