- FEDERAL IT
High Assurance Cyber Military Systems: Writing stronger codeHigh Assurance Cyber Military Systems: Writing stronger codeResearchers are looking at constructing code in a way that makes it invulnerable to attack. By hardening the system through what DARPA calls the “Formal Method,” the code can deny attackers the ability to move laterally from other connected systems.
- Enterprise View
How DARPA's I2O finds innovation on the edgeHow DARPA's I2O finds innovation on the edgeBrian Pierce, deputy director of DARPA's Information Innovation Office, talks about the future of cybersecurity and data processing.
La. Tech to host BRAIN pioneerLa. Tech to host BRAIN pioneerLouisiana Tech University is proud to welcome Dr. Emery N. Brown, M.D., Ph.D.
Marines test DARPA's four-legged robotMarines test DARPA's four-legged robotDARPA takes Spot, a four-legged robot, to the Marine Warfighting Lab.
Government ups support of manufacturing hubs, including RochesterGovernment ups support of manufacturing hubs, including RochesterA Reagan-era model is helping revive New York State manufacturing
School news: Pet fundraiser and moreSchool news: Pet fundraiser and moreEnsley Elementary will hold a Pennies for Pets drive in October for the humane society.
Manufacturing hubs take U.S. policy to new levelManufacturing hubs take U.S. policy to new levelRochester's coming photonics institute is based on a Reagan-era model.
Rockwell Collins wins DARPA contract for GPS alternativesRockwell Collins wins DARPA contract for GPS alternativesThe company will explore positioning and navigation alternatives with future moving platform operations in mind.
- Budget & Policy
Carter Seeks Balance of Old, New InnovationCarter Seeks Balance of Old, New InnovationIn St. Louis, Carter tries to balance old and new innovation.
DARPA seeks 'Gremlin' UAS swarmsDARPA seeks 'Gremlin' UAS swarmsAs envisioned, Gremlins would be launched from larger aircraft and recovered in the air after their ISR missions.
In St. Louis, DoD Secretary Carter Calls for InnovationIn St. Louis, DoD Secretary Carter Calls for InnovationThe US secretary of defense used a DARPA conference to again court the non-defense tech sector into business with DoD.
DARPA unveils anti-counterfeit electronics chipletDARPA unveils anti-counterfeit electronics chipletDARPA has released photos of what its anti-counterfeit electronics chip might look like.
- Cyber Security
11 proposals for DoD's future cyber workforce11 proposals for DoD's future cyber workforceThe Defense Department is looking to develop a workforce that will be able to defend and retaliate in cyberspace.
- IT MANAGEMENT
DoD 'Force of the Future' includes civilian Digital Service teamDoD 'Force of the Future' includes civilian Digital Service teamDefense Department modeling proposed civilian workforce reforms after successful federal programs.
Robotics: Toyota to invest $50M in research at Stanford, MITRobotics: Toyota to invest $50M in research at Stanford, MITJapanese firm looks to get foot in door on self-driving cars
Toyota to invest $50M in research at Stanford, MITToyota to invest $50M in research at Stanford, MITToyota to invest $50M in research at Stanford, MIT
Toyota to invest $50M in research at Stanford, MITToyota to invest $50M in research at Stanford, MITJapanese firm looks to get foot in door on self-driving cars
Toyota to invest $50M in car-tech research at Stanford, MITToyota to invest $50M in car-tech research at Stanford, MITEAST PALO ALTO, Calif. (AP) — Toyota is investing $50 million with Stanford University and the Massachusetts...
Toyota to invest $50M in tech research at Stanford, MITToyota to invest $50M in tech research at Stanford, MITThe automaker hopes to gain an edge in an accelerating race to phase out human drivers
Toyota invests $50M in artificial intelligence, robotsToyota invests $50M in artificial intelligence, robotsToyota partners with MIT and Stanford to create research centers to explore artificial intelligence and robots.
- Unmanned Systems
Marines testing pair of unmanned aircraft platformsMarines testing pair of unmanned aircraft platformsThe Marines are experimenting with unmanned systems for transporting gear.
Toyota spends $50 million to accelerate self-driving car programToyota spends $50 million to accelerate self-driving car programMIT and Stanford professors will share the funds and collaborate with the Japanese company.
Quiz answers explained: Whose alma mater is whose?Quiz answers explained: Whose alma mater is whose?Reporter Steve Orr provides an explanation of the answers to his quiz about local celebs and their alma maters.
Read an excerpt from Sigma Force novelRead an excerpt from Sigma Force novelRead an exclusive excerpt from James Rollins' new book, 'The Bone Labyrinth.'
DARPA explores on-orbit robotic satellite assemblyDARPA explores on-orbit robotic satellite assemblyThe project aims for self-assembling satellites that will put themselves together in orbit.
Drones, F-35 could change the game for Marine logisticsDrones, F-35 could change the game for Marine logisticsThe Marine Corps' “expeditionary logistics” focus sees Marines aboard a wider range of Navy vessels, using more drones.
DARPA eyes customized circuits on demandDARPA eyes customized circuits on demandWhile the U.S. military would love customized electronic circuits on demand, the cost and time required are too high.