The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's Biological Technologies Office is seeking research-and-development concepts to help address Department of Defense requirements and other national security requirements.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency will host a Proposers Day on April 3 in Arlington, Virginia to discuss a program that seeks to develop human-machine communications technologies that will not require surgery. DARPA said Friday the Next-Generation Nonsurgical Neurotechnology program, or N3, will explore noninvasive ways to connect able-bodied service members’ neurons with devices. Existing brain-machine […] More
Schafer“˜s government services business has secured a five-year contract to provide scientific, engineering and technical services to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency“™s biological technologies office. The company said Monday it will support DARPA BTO“™s research efforts in the areas of infectious diseases, human-machine interface and neurotechnology under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract. The award also covers programming and […] More