Army Research Laboratory
The Combat Capabilities Development Command’s Army Research Laboratory engages in scientific research and technology development in neuroergonomics, energetic materials and propulsion, individual warfighter protection, energy science, electronics technologies, network sciences, virtual interfaces and synthetic environments, and autonomous systems.
Particulate-loaded polymer composite for complex, hemorrhaging wounds
Cost-effective polymer composite that swells to conforms and adheres to wounds for hemorrhage control
Selective electroplating of 3D printed structures
Dual-material additive manufacturing process configured to provide selective electroplating of a 3D printed structure
Solid-state power emulator circuit
Safe, cost-efficient testing of high-voltage silicon carbide IGBTs and solid-state switches
Method of detecting and predicting lubrication loss in...
Sensor detects gas content and temperature of gears to monitor possible loss of lubrication
Low-defect density gallium nitride semiconductor
Greatly improved electrical properties derived from this material and process
Drug testing device using hyperspectral imaging
Determination of whether a person's blood is oxygenated or deoxygenated by an acousto-optic based hyperspectral imager operating from 400 to 800 nm
Analyzing nitrogen concentration in a group III-V semiconductor
Quality control of a cheap alternative method to yield IR detector material
Two-patch antenna system
Combines high power and efficiency in a mountable structure
Magneto-electric magnetic field sensors operating at low frequency
Method for increasing the operating frequency of centimeter-sized magnetic sensors to decrease the problem of 1/f noise and taking advantage of a specific frequency...
Small magnetic cores for integrated power microinductors and...
Microfabrication of compact power conversion units for mobile microsystems
Multi-beam, multi-function electro-optical scanning antenna
Eliminates the need for phase shifters and time-share strategies in multi-use applications