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BullFrog Licenses Johns Hopkins APL-Built Data Analysis Tool Via DHS Program

Artificial intelligence company BullFrog AI has licensed a data analysis tool developed by Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory through the Department of Homeland Security‘s Transition to Practice Program. The licensing agreement grants BullFrog exclusive rights to use the Socrates data analysis platform for biopharmaceutical applications, DHS said Thursday. Socrates is built to determine patterns and relationships in …

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Johns Hopkins APL Licenses Govt-Funded Explosive Detection Canine Training Aid to Gallant

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory has developed and licensed a tool for training canine teams to detect peroxide-based homemade explosives. APL said Monday it granted Gallant Technologies rights to produce and market the government-funded canine training aid through a licensing agreement. “Technologies like these will help prevent and deter devastating attacks, …

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NASA to Fund Johns Hopkins Proposal to Use Quadcopters for Exploration Mission on Saturn’s Moon

NASA has selected a Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory proposal as one of two finalists for the space agency’s New Frontiers program which aims to further solar system exploration efforts. Johns Hopkins said Thursday the proposed Dragonfly dual-quadcopter vehicle will look to evaluate the prebiotic organic chemistry as well …

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Johns Hopkins Laser Communications Platform Wins TechConnect Defense Innovation Award

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory has been recognized at the 2017 Defense Innovation Summit in Tampa, Florida for its high-bandwidth, free space optical communications system. The APL laser communications system landed TechConnect‘s defense innovation award which recognizes potential benefits of technologies to national and warfighter security, Johns Hopkins said Tuesday. …

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IARPA Awards Biometric Presentation Attack Detection Contracts

The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity has awarded four contracts under a multiyear project that aims to develop and evaluate biometric presentation attack detection technologies. Teams led by Cross Match Technologies, SRI International, Michigan State University and University of Southern California will explore new algorithms, tools and sensors to detect presentation attacks …

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Robert Work Named Johns Hopkins APL Senior Fellow

Robert Work, a 27-year U.S. Marine Corps veteran and former deputy secretary of the Defense Department, has been named a senior fellow at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. He will work with other APL senior fellows and technical professionals in efforts to help inform policy and technology decisions issued by U.S. …

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Johns Hopkins APL to Conduct Soldier Vulnerability Research for Army

Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Laboratory has won a potential five-year, $49.5 million contract from the U.S. Army to study soldiers’ vulnerability in extreme environments. The Army Contracting Command received 999 bids for the cost-plus-fixed-fee contract via an online-based solicitation process, the Defense Department said Thursday. APL is scheduled to complete the research by Sept. …

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