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  • 2016/10/05 DARPA’s Microsystems Technology Office Streamlines Contracting for Innovators with Little or No Experience Working with DoD
    DARPA's Microsystems Technology Office (MTO) has a proud history of making seminal investments in breakthrough technologies that ultimately became critical components in our electronics-filled world, from flash memory to radio frequency (RF) semiconductors to microelectromechanical systems (MEMS). But DARPA does not develop technologies on its own. The Agency's approach is to set extremely challenging goals and then offer innovators at universities and companies the support they need to pursue those remote but exciting frontiers.
  • 2016/09/26 DARPA Launches Podcast Series: Voices from DARPA
    Technology is a driver of our times. Since its founding in 1958 in the midst of the Cold War, DARPA has been a driver of technology-and it's the Agency's program managers who are in the drivers' seats. As DARPA director Arati Prabhakar often puts it, "Program managers are DARPA's heart and soul."
  • 2016/09/16 A Camera That Can See Unlike Any Imager Before It
    Picture a sensor pixel about the size of a red blood cell. Now envision a million of these pixels-a megapixel's worth-in an array that covers a thumbnail. Take one more mental trip: dive down onto the surface of the semiconductor hosting all of these pixels and marvel at each pixel's associated tech-mesh of more than 1,000 integrated transistors, which provide each and every pixel with a tiny reprogrammable brain of its own. That is the vision for DARPA's new Reconfigurable Imaging (ReImagine) program.
  • 2016/09/13 Keeping a Watchful Eye on Low-Flying Unmanned Aerial Systems in Cities
    Airspace for the flying public today is perpetually congested yet remarkably safe, thanks in no small part to a well-established air traffic control system that tracks, guides and continuously monitors thousands of flights a day. When it comes to small unmanned aerial systems (UAS) such as commercial quadcopters, however, no such comprehensive tracking system exists.
  • 2016/09/07 Setting a Safe Course for Gene Editing Research
    A new DARPA program could help unlock the potential of advanced gene editing technologies by developing a set of tools to address potential risks of this rapidly advancing field. The Safe Genes program envisions addressing key safety gaps by using those tools to restrict or reverse the propagation of engineered genetic constructs.
  • 2016/08/31 DARPA Researchers Develop Novel Method for Room-Temperature Atomic Layer Deposition
    DARPA-supported researchers have developed a new approach for synthesizing ultrathin materials at room temperature-a breakthrough over industrial approaches that have demanded temperatures of 800 °C or more. The advance opens a path to creating a host of previously unattainable thin-film microelectronics, whose production by conventional methods has been impossible because many components lose their critical functions when subjected to high temperatures.
  • 2016/08/30 The Incredible Loudness of Whispering
    In a vision shared by innovators, entrepreneurs, and planners in both defense and civilian contexts, the skies of the future will be busy with unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Unseen but central to the realization of this vision is wireless communication within and between those future fleets of UAVs that is reliable and resistant to both unintentional and ill-willed interference. "If these UAVs can't communicate, they don't take off or they don't operate the way we want them to" said Josh Conway, a program manager in DARPA's Microsystems Technology Office.
  • 2016/08/23 Ushering in a New Generation of Low-Cost, Networked, Nuclear-Radiation Detectors
    A DARPA program aimed at preventing attacks involving radiological "dirty bombs" and other nuclear threats has successfully developed and demonstrated a network of smartphone-sized mobile devices that can detect the tiniest traces of radioactive materials. Combined with larger detectors along major roadways, bridges, other fixed infrastructure, and in vehicles, the new networked devices promise significantly enhanced awareness of radiation sources and greater advance warning of possible threats.
  • 2016/08/19 Microsystems Technology Office to host Office-Wide Proposers Day
    Nothing is more iconic of today's high technology than the semiconductor chips inside our computers, phones, military systems, household appliances, fitness monitors, and even birthday cards and pets. Since its inception in 1992, DARPA's Microsystems Technology Office (MTO) has helped create and prevent strategic surprise through investments in compact microelectronic components, such as microprocessors, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), and photonic devices. MTO's pioneering efforts to apply advanced capabilities in areas such as wide-band-gap materials, phased array radars, high-energy lasers, and infrared imaging, have helped the United States establish and maintain technological superiority for more than two decades.
  • 2016/08/15 Enabling Extreme New Designs for Optics and Imagers
    Developers of imaging systems have long been beholden to certain rules of optics designs so well established and seemingly immutable as to be treated as virtual "laws" of physics. One widely considered pillar of optical design, for example, is that imaging systems must be built from a series of complex and precisely manufactured optical elements arranged linearly. The result of such assumptions is that certain high-performance imagery devices inevitably end up being large and heavy, composed of dozens or more optical elements.

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