Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
DARPA gave researchers $1.3 million to build a prototype engine that is fueled by light.
The Defense Department's research agency has quietly asked the general public to submit ideas for weaponizing "easily purchased, relatively benign technologies." There are prizes!
Now, they just need the technology.
The purpose of the bubble is ultimately to create large, extremely thin metallic surfaces to use as a building material in space.
Cotton candy? Check. The distinct smell of livestock? Check. Advanced semi-autonomous robots? Check.
There is something about the DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals that felt like watching the Masters.
The Canadian military's R&D division appears to be looking into a smart, guided bomb system for aerial war.