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Pentagon looking for an edge in chemical, biological drone warfare

The Thunderstorm demonstration program wants UAS that can detect and deter weapons of mass destruction, and technologies that can defense against small, WMD-laden drones.

Record-breaking terahertz circuit could open new bands of the spectrum

DARPA's trillion-cycles-per-second TMIC, officially recognized by Guinness, could lead to a wave of breakthrough applications.

Wang named Army deputy CIO

He'll take over for Mike Krieger, who will retire from the civil service Oct. 31.

AFRL tool makes suite work of intelligence analysis

The integrated software, called ERNEST, combines and streamlines many of analysts’ routine tasks.

Army providing communications backbone for Ebola response

The service is deploying tactical networks in West Africa to connect relief organizations that have been working without much infrastructure.

Chasing big data? You're going to need a bigger boat

Bandwidth is as important as algorithms as the military's wide array of sensors collects huge data sets.

With Army app, units won't have to SWET water needs

Researchers develop an Android smartphone app that helps solve what can be a tricky problem.

How big data is paying off for DOD

There’s no silver bullet to handling huge sets of data, but the military is finding ways to put analytics to use.