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DARPA History

History of DARPA and its accomplishments

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12/29/2014
The DARPA Website receives millions of visits each year. In 2014, we shared information about new efforts and announced milestones reached in our existing programs.
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12/30/2014
The DARPA YouTube channel receives millions of visits each year. In 2014, we shared information about new efforts and announced milestones reached in our existing programs.
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01/01/1980
Less than one week after releasing Breakthrough Technologies for National Security (http://go.usa.gov/3rut4), DARPA’s latest summary of the Agency’s mission, accomplishments and funding priorities for extending its legacy of technological disruption, the Agency today announced four major new programs—evidence of DARPA’s commitment to pursuing high-risk/high-reward research and making the impossible possible.
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12/30/2015
Videos hosted on the DARPA YouTube channel were watched more than eight million times this year—and that’s without a single posting involving cats or cucumbers. All told in 2015, viewers spent more than 29 years looking at footage of our new technologies and some of the people who are making the seemingly impossible possible. A full list of our videos is available at http://ow.ly/G88w2 for those not wanting to be left in the dark when New Year’s party conversation inevitably turns to the topic of DARPA videos.
12/30/2015
From the depths of the ocean to the edges of outer space, from systems of systems and digital domains to the mysterious biological underpinnings of the human brain, DARPA supported about 250 paradigm-challenging programs in 2015—a technology portfolio of possible futures that many people apparently found of interest. The DARPA website received just under 20 million page views in 2015, as visitors came to learn about new efforts the Agency was launching and about milestones reached in existing programs.