Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
DARPA Is Researching Quantized Inertia, a Theory Many Think Is Pseudoscience
DARPA gave researchers $1.3 million to build a prototype engine that is fueled by light.
The Pentagon Wants Your Favorite Homemade Bomb Recipe to Stop a Brussels-Style Terrorist Attack
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!
Here’s DARPA’s Proposed Plan to Recover from a Massive Power Grid Hack
Now, they just need the technology.
How Blowing Massive Polymer Bubbles Could Help Us Build Structures in Space
The purpose of the bubble is ultimately to create large, extremely thin metallic surfaces to use as a building material in space.
DARPA's Robot Challenge Was Like a State Fair Set 50 Years in the Future
Cotton candy? Check. The distinct smell of livestock? Check. Advanced semi-autonomous robots? Check.
The Surreal Agony of Waiting for Robots to Do Something
There is something about the DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals that felt like watching the Masters.
The Dawn of Killer Robots
Watch Motherboard's film on the evolving relationship between humans and robots, and what intelligent machines bode for the future of warfare and humanity.
Connelly LaMar and Brian Anderson