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Format: Jul 28, 2021
July
28
Wednesday
2021

Renewed focus on great power competition is an opportunity for the GEOINT community to leverage new technologies to outpace U.S. adversaries.

July
28
Wednesday
2021

While classical industrial robots are mostly designed for repetitive tasks, assistive robots will be challenged by a variety of different tasks in close contact with humans.

July
28
Wednesday
2021

Are you planning to submit an application to the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) or Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) program?

July
28
Wednesday
2021

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) scientists have created all sorts of materials and coatings – in fact, it is one of the most licensed categories in our patent portfolio.

July
28
Wednesday
2021

Informed public health decision-making, as it relates to a pandemic, requires the collection, curation, and rapid integration of accurate and relevant data.

July
28
Wednesday
2021

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM) is announcing an Animal Biotechnology Stakeholder Outreach Session that will be open to the public and will take place virtually on Wednesday, July 28 from 3:40 – 4:45 PM ET (2:40 - 3:45 PM CST) via Zoom.

July
29
Thursday
2021

As part of this program, the National Science Innovation Network will showcase nine early-stage startup finalists from the Advanced Functional Fabrics of America (AFFOA) Project Call 2.0 that are developing advanced fiber and fabric technologies in a virtual pitch format.

July
29
Thursday
2021

This webinar will feature the authors of "Human-Machine Shared Contexts," which include Ranjeev Mittu and Don Sofge of the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL).

July
29
Thursday
2021

The entire modeling and simulation community today has been embracing these technologies. We have now entered a new phase in the application of virtual, augmented and mixed reality.

July
29
Thursday
2021

Renewable energy (RE) sources are becoming increasingly important in meeting our energy needs and to achieve a net zero CO2emission. In the US, RE currently accounts for ≈11% of the total energy production, or ≈17% of the electric power production.

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