Unmanned U.S. frigates to stalk submarines (w/ Video)
Autonomous underwater robot reduces ship fuel consumption (w/ Video)
As the U.S. Navy minimizes its dependence on foreign oil, the Office of Naval Research (ONR) is a front runner in supporting and bringing forth innovative solutions to fuel consumption challenges.
China's army develops 'online war game'
After setting up its own cyber-warfare team, China's military has now developed its first online war game aimed at improving combat skills and battle awareness, state press said Wednesday.
Researchers find clues to the Baltic Crusades in animal bones, horses and the extinct aurochs
(Phys.org)—A multidisciplinary project seeks to understand the Eastern Baltic Crusades through the lens of ecology. Horses, for example, aided the Christians in battle, while the castles the Crusaders built ...
NATO mobilises for cyber warfare
In 1989, before the Internet revolution, Suleyman Anil was the lone man in charge of the security of NATO's IT system, armed with a single computer.
New military apparel repels chemical and biological agents
(Phys.org)—Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory scientists and collaborators are developing a new military uniform material that repels chemical and biological agents using a novel carbon nanotube fabric.
Using cell phones to detect harmful airborne substances
The lab of a University of California, Riverside Bourns College of Engineering professor was named on Tuesday, April 3 after Innovation Economy Corporation, a Riverside company that plans to commercialize ...
New test could help track down and prosecute terrorists who use nerve gas and other agents
Scientists are reporting development of a first-of-its-kind technology that could help law enforcement officials trace the residues from terrorist attacks involving nerve gas and other chemical agents back ...
US, Australia to take up cyber war in treaty
The United States and Australia will announce cooperation on cyber warfare as the close allies mark 60 years of a defense treaty by tackling 21st-century threats, officials said Wednesday.
Tiny sensors tucked into cell phones could map airborne toxins in real time
A tiny silicon chip that works a bit like a nose may one day detect dangerous airborne chemicals and alert emergency responders through the cell phone network.
Developing 'second skin' military fabric to repel chemical and biological agents
Military uniforms of the future may offer a new layer of critical protection to wearers thanks to research by teams at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and several other institutions who are developing ...
'Advanced Warfare' jumps past predecessors (Update)
It feels like a well-armed Christmas morning at Sledgehammer Games.
New substances 15,000 times more effective in destroying chemical warfare agents
In an advance that could be used in masks to protect against nerve gas, scientists are reporting development of proteins that are up to 15,000 times more effective than their natural counterpart in destroying ...
Pentagon: All options on table in cyber-attack (Update)
The Pentagon said Tuesday that it would consider all options if the United States were hit by a cyber-attack as it develops the first military guidelines for the age of Internet warfare.