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GAO: TSA Should Share Security Tech Demo Results With Mass Transit Operators

The Government Accountability Office has recommended that the Transportation Security Administration create a system to share with mass transit operators the results of TSA's tests on technology platforms designed to secure surface transportation operations.

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Stratcom, State University Form Space Data Sharing Partnership

The U.S. Strategic Command and California Polytechnic State University have agreed to exchange situational awareness data in the space domain. Stratcom said Thursday it expanded the organization's SSA program to the academic sector by partnering with Cal Poly in the data-sharing initiative.

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NSF Awards 43 Research Grants Under Collaborative Accelerator Program

The National Science Foundation has awarded 43 grants worth $39M to support collaborative fundamental scientific exploration efforts as part of an accelerator program. The Convergence Accelerator initiative seeks to validate research areas that are amenable for partnerships between research teams, nonprofit organizations, private companies and the government, NSF said Tuesday.

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Army Taps Worcester Polytechnic Institute to Develop Cold Spray 3D Printing Method

Army Research Laboratory has awarded a three-year, $25M grant to Worcester Polytechnic Institute for further development of a repair method that combines cold spray and 3D printing. WPI said Tuesday that it will develop new metal alloys for cold spray to provide a more efficent repair method for the battlefield.

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