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Army-funded researchers at Cornell University are using artificial intelligence to search for a catalyst that would allow them to replace hydrogen with methanol to make fuel cells more efficient. (Photo credit: CCDC ARL)

James Geurts (left), assistant secretary of the Navy for research, development and acquisition, congratulates Rod Peterson on a successful Advanced Naval Technology Exercise (ANTX) East in Camp Lejeune, N.C., on July 18, 2019. Peterson, the Marine Corps Vulnerability and Protection Program manager at Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division, was the technical lead for ANTX East. (U.S. Navy photo by Kelley Stirling/Released) (Photo by Kelley Stirling)

Illustration of a human landing system and crew on the lunar surface with Earth near the horizon. (Photo credit: NASA)

Mihail Bora, a physicist in Engineering’s Materials Engineering Division, sets up a check for a hydroscanner camera, which is capable of imaging water content in polymer materials with high spatial resolution. (Photo credit: LLNL)

Sandia National Laboratories engineer Brian Perdue, center, collaborates with Advanced Manufactured Power Solutions co-founders Eric Branson, left, and Joe Beck to build custom battery packs. (Photo by Randy Montoya)

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The fungus Laccaria bicolor, in green, is shown colonizing the root of a natural host Populus trichocarpa. A better understanding of plant-fungi symbioses could lead to engineering plant-fungal associations and improve nitrogen and nutrition uptake along with plants’ resistance to drought and pathogens, according to an Oak Ridge National Laboratory-led research team. (Photo credit: Jessy Labbe/Oak Ridge National Laboratory, U.S. Dept. of Energy, and Kevin Cope/University of Wisconsin, Madison)

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Machine learning experts, faculty and students at the AFRL University Center of Excellence on Efficient and Robust Machine Learning, led by the University of Wisconsin-Madison, June 5, 2019. (AFRL courtesy photo)

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Maj. Whit Collins, Thunderbird No. 4, said that the bubble canopy is the best part of the F-16. In the mid-1970s, the Flight Dynamics Laboratory (FDL), now part of AFRL’s Aerospace Systems Directorate, developed the design, structure and materials for the F-16 canopy, the transparent enclosure over the cockpit. (Courtesy photo/AFRL)

A fully assembled third embodiment of the reconfigurable computer platform. (Photo credit: BNL)

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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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