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AFOSR MC Nanostructuring Technology Creates Energy Efficient and Ultra-Small Displays AFOSR MC Nanostructuring Technology Creates Energy Efficient and Ultra-Small Displays
AFOSR MC Nanostructuring Technology Creates Energy Efficient and Ultra-Small Displays

Schematic of color filters made of Plasmonic nano-resonators (Credit: to L. Jay Guo of University of Michigan)
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Posted: 9/27/2010

Professor Alfred Vogel discusses his latest laser researchProfessor Alfred Vogel discusses his latest laser research
Professor Alfred Vogel discusses his latest laser research

Professor Alfred Vogel discusses his latest laser research with Air Force Research Laboratory scientists at Kirtland AFB. U.S. Air Force Photo by Mitch Thierry
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Posted: 9/17/2010

Wet Paint No Barrier to Timely, Accurate Measure of Coating ThicknessWet Paint No Barrier to Timely, Accurate Measure of Coating Thickness
Wet Paint No Barrier to Timely, Accurate Measure of Coating Thickness

Integrated with existing robotic spray booth technology, this compact collinear transceiver contributes to the first-ever nondestructive capability for sensing/measuring the wet thickness of specialty paint coating materials. (AFRL image)
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Posted: 9/21/2010

Lab Supplies 'Rx' for Carbon Nanotube GrowthLab Supplies 'Rx' for Carbon Nanotube Growth
Lab Supplies 'Rx' for Carbon Nanotube Growth

Scanning electron microscope image of a 'carpet' consisting of carbon nanotubes (about 2-4 nm in diameter and 10" tall) that grow vertically and terminate collectively. AFRL led a research team that provided the first-ever explanation of early growth termination by the Ostwald ripening phenomenon. (AFRL image)
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Posted: 9/14/2010

Microrobotic FlyMicrorobotic Fly
Microrobotic Fly

Recent prototype of the Harvard Microrobotic Fly, a three-centimeter wingspan flapping-wing robot. (Credit: Ben Finio, The Harvard Microrobotics Lab)
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Posted: 9/9/2010

Portable Laser BackpackPortable Laser Backpack
Portable Laser Backpack

A portable, laser backpack for 3D mapping has been developed at the University of California, Berkeley (UCB) where it is being hailed as a breakthrough technology capable of producing fast, automatic and realistic 3D mapping of even difficult interior environments. Credit: John Kua, University of California, Berkeley
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Posted: 9/7/2010

Human Performance Wing developing analysis tool that can track anomalous behaviorHuman Performance Wing developing analysis tool that can track anomalous behavior
Human Performance Wing developing analysis tool that can track anomalous behavior

Air Force Reserve 2nd Lt. Katherine Gleason (standing) and Kelcey McKinney, a STEP student from Ohio State University, study social networking patterns using the Behavior Modeling Branch’s (RHXB) CityBeat Project’s analysis tools. (Photo by Chris Gulliford, 711 HPW)
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Posted: 9/7/2010

Brigadier General Tchoua, The Deputy Director of Military Health Services in Gabon, Africa Visits the USAF School of Aerospace Medicine Brigadier General Tchoua, The Deputy Director of Military Health Services in Gabon, Africa Visits the USAF School of Aerospace Medicine
Brigadier General Tchoua, The Deputy Director of Military Health Services in Gabon, Africa Visits the USAF School of Aerospace Medicine

Brigadier General Tchoua, Deputy Director of Military Health Services in Gabon, Africa receives a tour and briefing of the C-130 Aeromedical Evacuation simulator from Maj. Jerry Rumbach, Instructor at the USAF School of Aerospace Medicine (USAFSAM). During his visit to Brooks City-Base, TX, the general visited and received briefings on the wide range of courses offered to international students at USAFSAM. (Photo by: Amy Velasquez, USAFSAM/EDD)
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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

(Left to Right ) Dr. Phillip Nakano, son of Dr. James H Nakano, and Dr. Thomas Hearn, Acting Director, National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases present the James H. Nakano Citation to Lt Col (Dr.) Mark Duffy at an awards ceremony on Tuesday Aug 24. The award ceremony was held at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, Georgia. Lt Col Mark Duffy of the USAF School of Aerospace Medicine received the citation for the paper Zika Virus Outbreak on Yap Island, Federated States of Micronesia published in the New England Journal of Medicine (June 11, 2009). (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, 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

    

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