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NASA Picks 13 Universities for 15 Early-Stage Space Tech Research Grants; Steve Jurczyk Comments

NASA has awarded grants worth up to $500,000 each to 13 universities to conduct studies on early-stage technology platforms for up to three years under the agency’s Space Technology Research Grants Program. The space agency selected 15 research proposals that cover various technologies, such as payload devices for assistive free-flyers, integrated photonics for …

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NSA Opening Cyber Research Labs at Univ. of Maryland, 3 Other Universities

The National Security Agency is investing nearly $8.2 million in cybersecurity research initiatives at four universities in the form of test laboratories, FCW reported Wednesday. Mark Rockwell writes that NSA has awarded science-of-security grants to the University of Maryland, North Carolina State University, Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Illinois. Each …

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NSA Adds 4 Universities to its Cybersecurity Program Ranks

The National Security Agency has added four educational institutions to a program that aims to incorporate cybersecurity training into the academic curricula of the schools. The Air Force Institute of Technology in Ohio, Auburn University, Carnegie Mellon University and Mississippi State University have joined the National Centers of Academic Excellence …

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Pentagon Handing Cyber Defense Program to DHS

The Department of Homeland Security is now poised to lead a Pentagon cyber defense project, according to a DHS privacy notice issued Friday. The pilot program was launched to test the effects of sharing classified information with defense contractors and their communications providers. Through the pilot, National Security Agency data …

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