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Lt Col Mark Duffy of USAF School of Aerospace Medicine Receives the 2010 James H. Nakano Citation for the Article Zika Virus Outbreak on Yap Island, Federated States of MicronesiaLt Col Mark Duffy of USAF School of Aerospace Medicine Receives the 2010 James H. Nakano Citation for the Article Zika Virus Outbreak on Yap Island, Federated States of Micronesia
Lt Col Mark Duffy of USAF School of Aerospace Medicine Receives the 2010 James H. Nakano Citation for the Article Zika Virus Outbreak on Yap Island, Federated States of Micronesia

Lt Col (Dr.) Mark Duffy, Chief, Operational Support Section, Epidemiology Consult Service with the USAF School of Aerospace Medicine (USAFSAM) interviews a family on Yap Island in Micronesia as part of the investigation of an outbreak of the rare Zika virus. The team’s results showed that 73 percent of the populations of the island were likely infected. The paper published in the New England Journal of Medicine was recognized by the National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (NCEZID) division of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) as an outstanding paper in the field of assessment in Epidemiology on Aug 24, 2010. (Air Force Photo)
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Posted: 9/1/2010

Lt Col Mark Duffy of USAF School of Aerospace Medicine Receives the 2010 James H. Nakano Citation for the Article Zika Virus Outbreak on Yap Island, Federated States of MicronesiaLt Col Mark Duffy of USAF School of Aerospace Medicine Receives the 2010 James H. Nakano Citation for the Article Zika Virus Outbreak on Yap Island, Federated States of Micronesia
Lt Col Mark Duffy of USAF School of Aerospace Medicine Receives the 2010 James H. Nakano Citation for the Article Zika Virus Outbreak on Yap Island, Federated States of Micronesia

Lt Col (Dr.) Mark Duffy, Chief Operational Support Section of the Epidemiology Consult Service with the USAF School of Aerospace Medicine (USAFSAM) conducts an investigation of the mosquito population during an outbreak of Zika virus on Yap Island. The virus was likely transmitted by mosquitoes. His paper on the investigation was recognized by the National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (NCEZID) division of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) as an outstanding paper in the field of assessment in epidemiology on Aug 24, 2010. (Air Force Photo)
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Posted: 9/1/2010

Out-of-Autoclave Method Cures Materials and Cost Concerns Alike Out-of-Autoclave Method Cures Materials and Cost Concerns Alike
Out-of-Autoclave Method Cures Materials and Cost Concerns Alike

A government/industry team developed a new out-of-autoclave method for curing bismaleimide resins. The technology will enable fabrication of larger composite structures, lower both direct and indirect expenses, and provide field and depot maintenance personnel a practical option for repairing BMI materials. (AFRL image)
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Posted: 8/30/2010

Micro AVIARI, Big Results  Micro AVIARI, Big Results
Micro AVIARI, Big Results

Colonel Kenneth L. Echternacht, Jr., AFRL Munitions Directorate, Director; Col. Michael C. Hatfield, AFRL Air Vehicles Directorate, Director; Dr. Leslie Perkins, AFRL Air Vehicles, Senior Principal Physical Scientist; Mr. Joe Sciabica, AFRL Executive Director; Ms. Susan J. Thornton, AFRL Directed Energy Directorate, Director; Dr. Gregg Abate, AFRL Munitions Directorate, MAV Chief Engineer (left to right) cut the ribbon on the Micro Air Vehicle Integration and Application Research Institute Indoor Flight Test Laboratory during a ceremony held May 27, 2010.
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Posted: 8/30/2010

Nanolithography Nets Biopolymer EO Device Improvements Nanolithography Nets Biopolymer EO Device Improvements
Nanolithography Nets Biopolymer EO Device Improvements

Researchers demonstrated the first-ever nanoimprint-lithography-based fabrication of biopolymer nanostructures. The nanolithography technology will enable low-cost, portable production of communications and sensing devices. Pictured are atomic-force microscope images of a nanoimprinted DNA biopolymer; the diameter of each pillar is 70 nm, and the height is >150 nm. (AFRL image)
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Posted: 8/30/2010

New Materials Technology a Coat of a Different Color New Materials Technology a Coat of a Different Color
New Materials Technology a Coat of a Different Color

AFRL Small Business Innovation Research contractor Conductive Composites Company used nickel nanostrands technology to create these colored polymer coatings, which are effective for electromagnetic hardening and shielding, as well as camouflage applications. (AFRL image)
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Posted: 8/30/2010

New Materials Technology a Coat of a Different Color New Materials Technology a Coat of a Different Color
New Materials Technology a Coat of a Different Color

Pictured is a microscopic image of nickel nanostrands which, when used to create a new class of high-performance polymeric coatings, enable electrical conductivity and color (for respective electromagnetic and optical spectrum management applications) in a single material. (AFRL image)
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Posted: 8/30/2010

High-Strength, Conductive Adhesives a Sticky Proposition High-Strength, Conductive Adhesives a Sticky Proposition
High-Strength, Conductive Adhesives a Sticky Proposition

AFRL Small Business Innovation Research contractor Luna Innovations structural adhesive technology compares favorably to commercial products, as depicted by the data displayed in this chart. (AFRL image)
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Posted: 8/30/2010

USAF School of Aerospace Medicine's Aeromedical Consultation Service is Keeping Aircrews Flight ReadyUSAF School of Aerospace Medicine's Aeromedical Consultation Service is Keeping Aircrews Flight Ready
USAF School of Aerospace Medicine's Aeromedical Consultation Service is Keeping Aircrews Flight Ready

Col. (Dr.) Timothy Sowin, Dr. Doug Ivan, Dr. Thomas Tredici, Dr. John Patterson, and Col (Dr.) John Gooch in front of the Aerospace Medicine Consulation division at Brooks City-Base, TX. Photo By: Amy Velasquez
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Posted: 8/20/2010

USAF School of Aerospace Medicine's Aeromedical Consultation Service is Keeping Aircrews Flight ReadyUSAF School of Aerospace Medicine's Aeromedical Consultation Service is Keeping Aircrews Flight Ready
USAF School of Aerospace Medicine's Aeromedical Consultation Service is Keeping Aircrews Flight Ready

Col John Gooch, Chief Aerospace Opthamology, reviews the findings of the pentacam exam during a Aerospace medicine consulation with Capt. Ryan Brewer. The pentacam is a corneal imager that is used with pilot who have undergone corrective surgery. Photo By: Amy Velasquez
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Posted: 8/20/2010

Air Force celebrating 50 years of laser researchAir Force celebrating 50 years of laser research
Air Force celebrating 50 years of laser research

The Air Force has played a vital role in laser development over the last 50 years. Lasers are now used in applications ranging from target designation and precision weapons guidance to refractive eye surgery. (U.S. Air Force file image)
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Posted: 8/16/2010

Researcher wants to get to the heart of causal learning and causal reasoningResearcher wants to get to the heart of causal learning and causal reasoning
Researcher wants to get to the heart of causal learning and causal reasoning

Dr. David Danks, associate professor of Philosophy and Psychology at Carnegie Mellon University, is a leading expert on cognitive science. He advocates increasing the scope of research into causal learning and causal reasoning. (Photo by Chris Gulliford, 711 HPW)
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Posted: 8/4/2010

    

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