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NRL Intern Discovers a New Pulsar Buried in a Mountain of Data
By Mary Hamisevicz, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Corporate Communications | July 1, 2024
U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) Remote Sensing Division intern, Amaris McCarver, along with a team of astronomers, discovered the first millisecond pulsar in the stellar cluster Glimpse-CO1 and recently published findings in the Astrophysical Journal.
Winners of the 2024 Student CanSat Competition Announced
By Daniel Parry, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Corporate Communications U.S. Naval Research Laboratory | July 1, 2024
Hosted by the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), American Astronautical Society (AAS) and NASA, the 2024 student CanSat competition concludes with Team PWr Aerospace, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland, the victor.
NRL CCOR Launches on the GOES-U NOAA Satellite To Monitor Space Weather
By Emily Winget, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Corporate Communications | June 26, 2024
The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory’s (NRL) Compact Coronagraph (CCOR) was launched June 25, on the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-U (GOES-U) from NASA – Kennedy Space Center to detect and characterize coronal mass ejections (CMEs).
NRL Researchers Receive Navy’s Top Scientists and Engineers Award
By Emily Winget, Corporate Communications U.S. Naval Research Laboratory | June 14, 2024
U.S. Naval Research Laboratory scientists and engineers received the prestigious Department of Navy Dr. Delores M. Etter Top Scientists and Engineers of the Year Award, June 12, during an awards ceremony hosted at the Pentagon.
NRL Researchers Release “Putting AI in the Critical Loop” Book
By Nicholas E. M. Pasquini, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Corporate Communications | May 30, 2024
The book, Putting AI in the Critical Loop: Assured Trust and Autonomy in Human-Machine Teams, is written by eminent researchers from across the world with an emphasis on technology, devices, systems, and know-how to acquire and move warfighting information while denying these capabilities to the adversary.
Forging Partnerships: NRL Hosts First Innovation Day for Industry
By Nicholas E. M. Pasquini, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Corporate Communications | May 17, 2024
The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) hosted its first Innovation Day for Industry, May 16, to inform industry and assess interest in a focused set of emerging technologies that are potentially ready for collaboration with industry partners, and advance system-level technologies at NRL-DC headquarters.
NRL Selected to Lead Critical Science Mission on Wildfires and Smoke
By Mary Hamisevicz, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Corporate Communications | May 9, 2024
NLR meteorologist, David A. Peterson, Ph.D., has been selected by NASA to lead the PYRocumulonimbus (pyroCb) EXperiment (PYREX) -- a large airborne-based field campaign aimed at studying the role that pyroCb activity plays in the warming climate system and understanding its physical links to extreme wildfire behavior.
NRL Releases 25 Technologies for the Next 25 Years, Ensuring Future Maritime Dominance
By Nicholas E. M. Pasquini, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Corporate Communications | April 12, 2024
The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) releases 25 Technologies for the Next 25 Years publication featuring a collection of science and engineering concepts under development to meet critical national security needs over the next quarter century.
NRL Recognizes Researchers During Centennial Innovation Awards Ceremony For Major Impacts On National Security
By Nicholas E. M. Pasquini, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Corporate Communications | April 9, 2024
U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) recognized Centennial Innovation awardees during a ceremony on Apr. 8 held at the Gaylord Convention Center in National Harbor, Md., for major impacts on national security.
NRL Charters Navy’s Quantum Inertial Navigation Path To Reduce Drift
By Nicholas E. M. Pasquini, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Corporate Communications | April 5, 2024
U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) researchers have developed a patent-pending Continuous 3D-Cooled Atom Beam Interferometer derived from a patented cold and continuous beam of atoms to explore atom-interferometry-based inertial measurement systems as a path to reduce drift in Naval navigation systems.



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