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Intel Community Calls for Innovative Research Ideas

The Intelligence and National Security Alliance is partnering with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence to showcase innovative ideas in intelligence.

INSA has issued a call for abstracts on a number of different intelligence-related research areas: from energy storage and robotics to WMD detection and cybersecurity.

The entries, which are due by tomorrow, will be judged by a panel of 75 government scientists and technologists selected by ODNI.

The one-page abstracts should include a brief discussion of the statement of the problem, specific aims, and the project’s specifics aims or hypothesis and include a concise overview of the research design including methods.

The winners will be announced June 28 at a presentation at MITRE Corporation.

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