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DARPA Launches CBRNE Threat Detection Program

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has kicked off a program to develop networks of sensors that can detect chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosives threats. SIGMA+ is an expansion of DARPA’s initiative to identify radiological and nuclear materials, the agency said Tuesday. “The goal of SIGMA+ is to develop and demonstrate a real-time, …

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DARPA Conducts Field Test of Mobile Radiation Sensors

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has deployed more than 1,000 networked mobile detectors at the National Mall in downtown Washington as part of an exercise to track radioactive material threats in urban areas. DARPA said Friday the scavenger hunt was conducted as part of the agency’s SIGMA program that aims to create networked …

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DARPA Issues RFI on Processing Models for Large-Scale Computer Simulations

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is seeking ideas from the public on technologies that boost processing power to support computer simulations used in scientific research and development activities. DARPA said Thursday the Analog and Continuous-variable Co-processors for Efficient Scientific Simulation request for information is looking for processing paradigms for large-scale simulations in …

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Vincent Tang: DARPA Eyes Integrated Neutron/X-ray Portable Imaging Tech

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is seeking proposals on technologies that would combine the imaging capabilities of neutron radiography and the portability of X-ray as part of its Intense and Compact Neutron Sources program. DARPA said Wednesday the program intends to explore high-voltage engineering, accelerator and plasma science, pulsed power and associated technologies to …

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