U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) - Washington, District Of Columbia 20375

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4555 Overlook Avenue Southwest , Washington , District of Columbia 20375

(202) 767-3200







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Overlook Ave & Laboratory Rd - 21 feet south east

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Official site of the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory - the Navy's corporate laboratory.

The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory is the corporate research laboratory for the Navy and Marine Corps and conducts a broad program of scientific research, technology and advanced development.

NRL is the corporate research laboratory for the Navy and Marine Corps and conducts a broad program of scientific research, technology and advanced development. NRL has served the Navy and the nation for over 85 years and continues to meet the complex technological challenges of today's world.

This page is intended to provide updated information and discussion on the scientific research and technology development taking place at the Laboratory. Please visit our official homepage at http://www.nrl.navy.mil/. If you have a media query, please contact the NRL Public Affairs Office at 202-767-2541 or nrlpao@nrl.navy.mil.

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Research In The Physical, Engineering, Space, And Environmental Sciences, Technology Transfer, Advanced Technology Development, Space And Space Systems Technology, Development, And Support., Multidisciplinary Support To The Naval Warfare Centers..

U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) is located in the Washington area of District of Columbia. There is 1 other listing in the 20375 postcode area.

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Does my son, William A. Bedard III, still work as an IT person there? If so, would you please pass this message on to him, because I don’t have any other way to get a message to him! My message to William: “William, I feel so HURT and so DEPRESSED and so UNLOVED and UNWANTED that I feel like crawling into a hole and dying! All these years that you have refused to talk to me or come to visit me or even help me since Paul and I have become homeless have hurt me more than you can imagine!!! From my POV, it’s like you died and nobody bothered to let me know what happened to you! It’s not just you, though. I’m virtually alone 24/7 almost every day. I don’t feel welcome anywhere! I don’t understand why almost everyone has turned their back on me, with the exception of a couple of ladies on FB! But not having you in my life has devastated me more than anything! Why do you not want to have anything to do with me?! What have I done to deserve this kind of treatment from you?! I don’t even know if you’re still alive! I don’t know if you even read any of my messages! I feel like I have been swallowed up by a black hole! All of my pleas for help from Michael, the church, from you, and everyone else seem to fall on deaf ears! WHY DO YOU NOT CARE WHAT HAPPENS TO PAUL AND ME?!!! I love you more than my own life! It’s KILLING ME to never see you or hear your voice!!! Is that what you want? For me to just die and never bother you again?! I miss you SO MUCH!!! Love always, Your Mother”
10/8/2017 3:19:44 PM

On this day in history in 1955, the U.S. Navy's first and only mini submarine, coming at approximately 50 feet long, was placed in service. NRL used the USS X-1 to conduct tests in order to learn more about the properties and actions of sea water. This research assisted the Navy in evaluating its ability to defend harbors against very small submarines. The X-1 was taken out of service in 1973 and it is now on display at the Submarine Force Museum in Groton, Connecticut.
10/7/2017 3:19:02 PM

10/7/2017 7:25:20 AM

Welcome to Labstracts, the NRL Weekly Email Digest! This week, we talk the 232nd Electrochemical Society Meeting, turning seawater into fuel, and what NRL has learned about satellites 60 years after Sputnik. Click the link below for more information! Not subscribed? Visit our homepage at www.nrl.navy.mil and type your email into the text box on the right hand side!
10/5/2017 8:34:30 PM

When a GPS signal or radio communication is disrupted within the Earth's thermosphere, problems are created for our world's technology. These anomalies can affect our society's communication systems and those integral to communication within the U.S. Navy. NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Ionospheric Connection Explorer (ICON) mission, launching no later than Dec. 8, 2017, will pave the way for mitigating these issues. On-board will be NRL's Michelson Interferometer for Global High-resolution Thermospheric-Imaging, or MIGHTI, to observe the winds in the Earth's neutral atmosphere, watching how they drive the motions of the charged particles in space. MIGHTI, as well as three other satellite instruments, will assist in reaching the ICON mission's goal: to better understand the physics of our space environment. World Space Week Below is a photo of MIGHTI and it's creators, a team of NRL engineers.
10/5/2017 3:32:38 PM

When searching for the next fuel source for our U.S. Navy's ships, who would have thought that the water they sailed upon would become a viable option? Down in Key West, FL at NRL's Marine Corrosion Facility, researchers found a way to turn seawater into fuel. A few months ago, researchers received a patent on a key piece of equipment capable of both producing hydrogen and simultaneously extracting carbon dioxide from seawater. With 93% of the planet's CO2 coming from the world's oceans, this technology will greatly impact the Navy, giving it the capability to produce synthetic fuels while out at sea. Click the link below to learn more about turning seawater into fuel!
10/3/2017 9:00:00 PM

Researchers from NRL are at The Electrochemical Society's 232nd national meeting this week showcasing their work. Stop by, check out our booth and chat with our researchers for more on their work in electrochemistry!
10/3/2017 7:09:01 PM

Quantum technologies will play a crucial role in the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and the U.S. Navy's 21st century battlefield environment, especially in terms of the ability to break codes that are currently considered unbreakable with ordinary computers. Over the last decade, researchers at NRL have made key advances in understanding and developing quantum dot systems, which will eventually be the basis for secure communications and real-time processing of information as needed by the DoD and US Navy. For more information on the progress being made in the field of quantum technologies, click the link below!
10/2/2017 4:49:23 PM

On this day in 1981, David K. Allison released his book, New Eye for the Navy: The Origin of Radar at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory. The development of radar at NRL and its use at the Battle of Midway played a key role in the U.S. Navy's success that day. The new technology provided U.S. aircraft carriers with a timely, long-range warning of approaching Japanese aircraft. Radar, then a technology in its infancy, proved to be one of several key technological advances U.S. forces possessed at Midway. Watch the video below to hear about the history of radar at NRL! IEEE U.S. Naval Institute IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society - AESS National Electronics Museum
9/29/2017 3:04:07 PM

Check out the latest and greatest from NRL in our weekly email digest, Labstracts! Not subscribed? Visit our homepage at www.nrl.navy.mil and sign up. We hope you enjoy! #USNRL #Labstracts
9/28/2017 8:32:15 PM

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