Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

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Turn software bills of material into something more than a compliance checkoff

More organizations worried about cybersecurity are turning to software bills of material (SBOMS). Getting them from software suppliers as a matter of compliance…

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502nd Air Base Wing Public Affai/Sarayuth Pinthong

This Air Force technologist has helped spread the internet everywhere

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New organization plays matchmaker for innovators, DoD

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Getty Images/iStockphoto/TraitovCybersecurity and secure nerwork concept. Data protection, gdrp. Glowing futuristic backround with lock on digital integrated circuit.

DARPA keeps after an old but persistent cybersecurity problem

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DARPA teams up with an industry group to advance semiconductor science

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency or DARPA, has launched a project to help advance semiconductor technology in the United States. It is teaming…

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AP/Jose Luis MaganaDeputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks, center, arrives at the Pentagon, Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2021, in Washington. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)

DARPA’s Embedded Entrepreneurship Initiative fosters innovation ecosystem, not just innovations

DARPA’s Embedded Entrepreneurship Initiative focuses on fostering an ecosystem favorable to innovative companies, not just individual innovations.

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Defense Advanced Research Projects AgencyDefense Advanced Research Projects Agency . DARPA and the U.S. Air Force (USAF) today announced successful completion of captive carry tests of two variants of the Hypersonic Air-breathing Weapon Concept (HAWC) and are ready to proceed to first free-flight testing within the calendar year

DARPA is hard at work on the next generation of hypersonics

Hypersonic projectiles, missiles moving at five times the speed of sound, have become a high priority across the Defense Department. You’ve got two basic ways of getting projectiles to go that fast. One is the electromagnetic rail gun. The other is the use of hat planners call air breathing engines, and those are the topic of a new effort at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.

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