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Quantum-computing agreement signed between NRL, AFRL - NewsJanuary 12, 2023
WASHINGTON. The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) and the14 Naval Warfare Centers signed a memorandum of understanding with the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Information Directorate in the area of quantum computing in order to exchange technical expertise collaborate on projects that will create useful quantum computing capabilities for the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD).
Satellite launch by Naval Research Lab readied with U.K. defense agency - NewsNovember 18, 2022
WASHINGTON. The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) oversaw the delivery and preparation for launch of its twin 6U CubeSat satellites during mid-October at Spaceport Cornwall in Newquay in southwest England.
Microwave power beam demo shows feasibility of technology - NewsApril 22, 2022
WASHINGTON. A team of researchers from the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) recently demonstrated the feasibility of terrestrial microwave power beaming by transmitting 1.6 kW of power over 1 km (0.62 miles).
U.S. Navy research lab highlights new technologies at Sea-Air-Space 2022 - NewsApril 04, 2022
SEA-AIR-SPACE 2022--NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) is showcasing new areas of research and innovative technologies during the Navy League's Sea-Air-Space exposition this week at the Gaylord National Convention Center.
AI and high-tech optics research to advance laser weapons systems - NewsDecember 14, 2021
MONTEREY, Calif. Researchers at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) are currently researching ways to reduce atmosphere-induced aberrations with the intent to provide high-energy laser weapon systems with a chance to reach a target farther away in a deep turbulence environment.
Solar power satellite hardware tested in orbit - NewsMay 19, 2020
WASHINGTON. U.S. Naval Research Laboratory engineers launched the Photovoltaic Radio-frequency Antenna Module (PRAM), aboard an Air Force X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle as part of a comprehensive investigation into prospective terrestrial use of solar energy captured in space.