Defense Department-backed software is coming to the humble Laserjet
A precautionary stockpile, provided no one mails it by accident
Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel has proposed the smallest United States military since 1940. It's also the most technologically advanced.
An acoustics engineer points out some serious flaws in supposedly secure facilities.
The Pentagon's mad scientists want to bring brain scans to the smartphone, swarming satellites to space, and self-healing software everywhere.
President Obama’s nationwide push for innovation in manufacturing reaches across agencies from the National Science Foundation to the Department of … Continued
Generally when PopSci writes about DARPA we do so with enthusiasm, as the Pentagon’s far-out research arm tends to prod … Continued
Genuine language translation has been one of the Holy Grails of DARPA research for decades, as it would vastly simplify … Continued
Here at PopSci we love a good broad agency announcement from DARPA (that’s where they ask the private sector to … Continued
How the 21st-century military may make one of our wildest and longest-held dreams come true
Like science, tech, and DIY projects?
Sign up to receive Popular Science's emails and get the highlights.