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The Partnership Seeking to Jumpstart Microelectronics Innovation
DARPA’s $200 million JUMP program aims to create a leap forward in U.S. electronics innovation.
ICME Helps Designers Living in a Materials World
The promise and challenges of a systems-level approach to lightweighting.
Supercomputers Lower the Cost of Space Access
DARPA and Department of Defense supercomputers help Masten Space Systems calculate aerodynamic effects on designs for low Earth orbit launchers.
DARPA Advances Prosthetic Research
The agency, in conjunction with Johns Hopkins University, has created a robotic arm that can convert pressure into electric neurotransmissions.
Building Robot First Responders
Behind the scenes at the DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals.
UCLA Develops Energy Efficient Computer Memory
DARPA Seeks Self-Destructing Electronics
DARPA’s Atlas Shoulders the Future of Robot Development
DARPA Robotics Simulation System Available to Public
Robot Hand Can Use Tweezers, Keys
DARPA FANG Winners Announced
DARPA Takes Fresh Look at Vertical Take-Off Plane
DARPA Working Toward Wireless Future

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