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09/09/2015
Today marks the start of "Wait, What? A Future Technology Forum"--DARPA's groundbreaking foray into emerging technologies and how those technologies are likely to change our world in the years ahead. The event, which is taking place in St. Louis, is being attended by more than 1,200 engineers, scientists and other innovators from big and small companies, universities, government and private research laboratories and other crucibles of ingenuity, with the goal of sharing and generating new ideas at the boundaries of today’s technological capabilities.
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09/09/2015
The honors marked the culmination of a half-day DARPA Rising event organized by DARPA to connect with and celebrate especially promising early-career scientists and engineers. The three selectees were among 54 researchers from across the country that DARPA program managers have identified as DARPA Risers: up-and-coming standouts in their fields, capable of discovering and leveraging innovative opportunities for technological surprise—the heart of DARPA’s national security mission.
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04/28/2016
May 5, 2016, will mark the opening of a new and exciting exhibit at Chicago's famed Museum of Science and Industry: an in-depth and interactive look behind the curtain at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).
05/11/2016
DARPA today is hosting DARPA Demo Day 2016 at the Pentagon, providing the Defense Department (DoD) community an up-close look at the Agency’s diverse portfolio of innovative technologies and military systems. DARPA program managers and numerous academic and private-sector project leaders are demonstrating their ongoing work on more than 60 current DARPA programs. Filling the entire Pentagon Center Courtyard, the event is expected to be one of the largest of its kind ever at the Pentagon in terms of breadth of research and types of organizations represented, as well as the number of senior U.S. Government officials and general visitors attending.
07/13/2016
The Heartbleed security bug existed in many of the world’s computer systems for nearly two-and-a-half years before it was discovered and a fix circulated in the spring of 2014, by which time it had rendered an estimated half a million of the internet’s secure servers vulnerable to theft and other mischief. And while Heartbleed was in some respects an outlier, long-lived critical flaws in widely deployed bedrock internet infrastructure are not rare.