DARPA

[ US /ˈdɑɹpə/ ]
NOUN
  1. the central research and development organization for the United States Department of Defense; responsible for developing new surveillance technologies since 9/11
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How To Use DARPA In A Sentence

  • Virginia/Tokyo/Vietnamese Highlands The DARPA laboratory for experimental nucleonics in which Douglas Serman worked was in the wilds of rural Virginia. Floating City
  • DARPA is funding research into nanomechanical chips that are hoped to be more rugged than traditional silicon based chips. Archive 2008-03-01
  • Ido Aharoni, Israel's consul general in New York, says the closest thing America has is DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
  • DARPA officials plan to use the cyber range to test technology for the Global Information Grid, the Defense Department's network for warfighters and other personnel.
  • In turn, DARPA‘s activities are part of a larger effort between DOD, academia and the private sector to better defend national networks.
  • At last, he relented, giving Croaker specific directions to the DARPA lab for experimental nucleonics. FLOATING CITY
  • Saving the planet the American way: DARPA is beginning to research geoengineering. Saving the Planet the American Way « Gerry Canavan
  • He'd found some interesting tidbits in an unclassified DARPA document under the heading of "accomplishments," including a paragraph about biocybernetics, and he ran with it. Analog Science Fiction and Fact
  • DARPA is filling a void in the technology development path. Matthew Yglesias » Robots and DARPA
  • DARPA is holding a competition to find ten large weather balloons. Boing Boing Moderation Policy - Boing Boing
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