Home / Tag Archives: research (page 19)

Tag Archives: research

Report: Pentagon Mulls Future of IED Organization

The Defense Department has started to weigh its options on the future of the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization, Defense News reported Monday. Marcus Weisgerber and Joe Gould write the move comes as latest version of the defense authorization bill unveiled last month requires the Pentagon to present an …

Read More »

DoD Launches Traumatic Brain Injury Research Tissue Repository

The Defense Department has established a medical facility at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Md. for researchers to analyze and study traumatic brain injuries. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced the Center for Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine Brain Tissue Repository for Traumatic Brain Injury during a …

Read More »

White House To Make Federally-Funded Research Results Public

The White House will release the results of federally-funded research to the public within a year for no cost, Reuters reports. An online petition on the White House website calling for the move drew 65,704 signatures, according to the report. Federal agencies with more $100 million in research and development …

Read More »

Pentagon Launches Industry Project Marketplace; Jack Blackhurst Comments

The Defense Department has launched an experimental website that will provide users updates on projects supporting soldiers, American Forces Press Service reports. Terri Moon Cronk writes customers in the military branches and small businesses will use the Defense Innovation Marketplace to find out what the government wants. The Pentagon started …

Read More »

Ike Leggett Asking for Montgomery County Bus System Research Funds

Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett is requesting $1 million from the county council for research in a proposed bus rapid transit system, WTOP reports. Legett said the funds would be used for locating three routes and asked the task force to assess the proposed routes, ridership, and project timeline. The …

Read More »