U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL)

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FLC Region

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4555 Overlook Avenue, SW
Code 1004
Washington, DC 20375-5320
United States

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202-767-7230

Description

NRL is a scientific and engineering command dedicated to research that drives innovative advances for the Navy and Marine Corps from the seafloor to space and in the information domain. NRL headquarters is located in Washington, D.C., with major field sites in Stennis Space Center, Mississippi, Key West, Florida, and Monterey, California, and employs approximately 2,500 civilian scientists, engineers and support personnel.

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Technologies
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Command and control of autonomous surface vehicle
Compact radial counterflow recuperator
Composite for Controleed Release of Small Molecules in Aquatic Environments
Composite for controlled release of small molecules in aquatic environments
Compression of hyperdata with ORASIS multisegment pattern sets (CHOMPS)
Computationally efficient method for image segmentation with intensity and texture discrimination
Cone penetrometer utilizing an X-ray fluorescence metals sensor
Continuous Sustainable Power Supply: Benthic Microbial Fuel Cell
Continuous Sustainable Power Supply: Benthic Microbial Fuel Cell
Continuous Sustainable Power Supply: Benthic Microbial Fuel Cell

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Facilities
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Instrumentation Suite for Acoustic Propagation Measurements in Complex Shallow Water Environments
Integrated Communications Technology Test Laboratory
IRCM Techniques Laboratory
Key Management Laboratory
Laboratory for Advanced Materials Synthesis
Laboratory for Large Data Research
Laboratory for Structural Acoustics
Large Angle and Spectrometric Coronagraph (LASCO)
Large Area Plasma Processing System (LAPPS)
Large-Scale Damage Control Facility

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