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    DARPA-BAA-14-46: DSO Office-Wide, Response Date 6/16/2015 

    The mission of DSO is to identify and pursue high-risk/high-payoff research initiatives throughout a broad spectrum of science and engineering disciplines and to transform these initiatives into important, radically new military capabilities. In support of this mission, DSO is soliciting innovative research concepts of interest to defense and national security. 
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    DSO Office-Wide BAA Proposers' Day Materials June 19-20, 2014
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    DARPA-BAA-14-52: Materials Development for Platforms (MDP), Response Date 10/2/2014 

    The Materials Development for Platforms (MDP) program aims to develop a methodology and toolset to compress the applied material development sequence from 10+ years to roughly 2.5 years. Applied material development will be conducted by: (a) establishing a cross-disciplinary construct that incorporates materials science, Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME), engineering, design, analysis, and manufacturing; and (b) establishing and implementing a new materials development methodology that is guided by "design intent" and incorporates manufacturing technology.
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    DARPA-BAA-14-56: Atoms to Product (A2P), Response Date 11/12/2014 

    The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is soliciting innovative research proposals in the area of processes and technology for assembly of systems, components, and materials at millimeter scale or larger from nanometer scale constituents. The Atoms to Product (A2P) program seeks to make the use and application of nanometer scale material properties and devices a viable option to the system designer. To that end, the primary goal of the A2P program is to develop the technologies and processes required to assemble nanometer scale constituents into systems, components, or materials that are at least millimeter scale in size. A secondary, yet key program interest is exploitation of unique nanometer scale characteristics. The systems, components, or materials that result from the A2P assembly process will leverage unique material properties and/or the miniaturization, material and geometric heterogeneity, and ability to build in three dimensions made possible by assembly from the nanometer scale.  
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    DARPA-BAA-14-59: Simplifying Complexity in Scientific Discovery (SIMPLEX), Response Date 11/6/2014 

    The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is soliciting innovative research proposals in the area of mathematical systems of representation and analysis as applied to complex phenomena. Advances in computational capabilities and measurement technologies have rapidly expanded the volume, scale, and variety of data across many complex scientific and engineering fields.  
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  • DARPA has issued the following announcements. This list in no way replaces the official notifications which have appeared on FedBizOpps.

    FedBizOpps is the single government-wide point-of-entry for federal government procurement opportunities worth more than $25,000. DARPA has issued the following announcements. This list in no way replaces the official notifications which have appeared on FedBizOpps. FedBizOpps notices take precedence over the following information.

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