NRL Tech Transfer Office Forges Collaboration with Tech Incubator

The Technology Transfer Office at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory forged a strategic partnership with 1776, the nation’s largest network of entrepreneurial incubators, to foster innovative-intellectual exchange and gainful collaborative agreements. More

Navy Readiness: Scientists and Sailors Participate in Operational Exercises, Produce Rapid Results

Scientists from the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory - Stennis Space Center, Marine Geosciences Division, have increased participation in recent Naval exercises and operational demonstrations, realizing the effects of Navy research scientists and engineers working alongside Sailors and Marines.

Department of Defense and Department of Navy leadership have encouraged Naval scientists and engineers to speed up their innovation and transition timelines by testing prototypes in real-world Naval exercises. More

NRL Researcher Awarded as Part of a Team Saving Marine Corps Millions

Dr. Marriner Merrill, a research scientist at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, was recognized as part of a team that received the Navy "Innovation Excellence Acquisition Team of the Year Award" for demonstrated engineering ingenuity in developing a repair solution for delaminated transparent armor, estimated to save the Marine Corps $105 million. More

NRL Research Paves Way Toward Development of New Monolayer Materials

Scientists at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) have discovered the reason for the large variations observed in the optical properties of new single monolayer semiconductors such as tungsten disulphide (WS2). Single monolayer transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs), such as WS2, are an emerging class of materials that exhibit many promising optoelectronic properties, with the potential for future device applications. More

Transparent Armor

Spinel is actually a mineral, it's magnesium aluminate, says Dr. Jas Sanghera, who leads the research. The advantage is it's so much tougher, stronger, harder than glass. It provides better protection in more hostile environments—so it can withstand sand and rain erosion.

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Navy, Carnegie Mellon Enter Education Partnership

ARLINGTON, Va.—The Office of Naval Research (ONR), Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) and Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) have entered into an Education Partnership Agreement (EPA) to encourage and strengthen studies in the scientific disciplines. The agreement, signed July 31, recognizes the importance of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) —including the role of artificial intelligence—to the U.S. Navy and the nation. More

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