NRL Researchers Receive Navy’s Top Scientists and Engineers Award

WASHINGTON -- Three NRL scientists and engineers are awarded the prestigious Department of Navy Dr. Delores M. Etter Top Scientists and Engineers of the Year Award. The Award is presented annually to scientists and engineers who have demonstrated a superior accomplishment that is technically outstanding and highly beneficial to the Department of Navy and national defense More

NRL Chemists’ Rapid Response Cleans Up

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Chemistry Division researchers responded within four days to the Navy’s request in early April for Coronavirus (COVID-19) shipboard decontamination strategies. More

National Academy of Inventors inducts NRL research chemist

Dr. Brian L. Justus, head of the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory's Optical Physics Branch, was elected a NAI Fellow on Dec. 12, 2017, and will be inducted into the National Academy of Inventors during the Seventh Annual NAI Conference on April 5 in Washington, D.C. More

NRL Chemist Develops Device to Train Canine Units on Odor Detection

Man’s best friend returned to the silver screen this June in the film “Megan Leavey,” a story based on the true events about young Marine Megan Leavey and her combat canine, Rex. The film shines light on the importance of canine units throughout the military, whether it is aiding soldiers in combat situations or using their keen sense of smell to detect explosives in the field. More


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