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Compete internationally in “Swarm and Search AI Challenge”

A collaborative challenge between the Wright Brothers Institute, the Air Force Research Lab and the United Kingdom Defence Science and Technology Laboratory will explore new, efficient and [...]

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Can your startup partner with the Air Force?

Are you a startup looking to fill a tech gap or test out your product? Then next week’s Bench-to-Business Showcase, hosted by the Wright Brother’s Institute & the Air Force Research [...]

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Students tap into local innovation at Wright Brothers Day

A college student, helmet over his eyes, twists his hands, then pulls them apart. A few inches in front of him, a 3D geometric shape appears between two robotic hands that float on the screen, [...]

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New tech available for commercialization pitched in Dayton

Monday afternoon, 26 new technologies and five defense companies were pitched to audience of defense industry and commercialization specialists at the Engineers Club of Dayton. The Purdue-AFRL [...]

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Vets developing new marker from Air Force chem-light technology

Military veterans Nick Ripplinger and Bennett Tanton have a new mission, developing an Air Force technology that lets troops write important messages in the dark like “Stop! Minefield ahead.” On [...]

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Air Force labs are helping start high-tech businesses. Here’s proof.

DAYTON, Ohio – A small, high-tech startup company’s first sale means they’re planning to hire five more employees next year. That’ll be a big deal for the company, said GlobalFlyte President and [...]

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A new approach to commercialization and workforce development: The story behind AFRL’s Entrepreneurial Opportunities Program

By all accounts, Jeff Graley had a solid Air Force career. The West Virginia native joined the service as a clinician in the early 2000s, eventually making his way to Wright-Patterson Air Force [...]

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4th Friday at 444

“Seeing is Believing” – a dialogue on using data to tell a story Featuring: Mandy Cinnamon, AFRL & Jennie Hempstead, Wright Brothers Institute

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Want supercomputer access? WBI & AFRL can make it happen!

Wright Brothers Institute (WBI) and Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) are exploring the concept of providing supercomputer capability through WBI’s new 444 location to small businesses. [...]

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WBI-AFRL Downtown Innovation Center Officially Opens

When you have the @AFRLMakerHub at your disposal & your hosting a ribbon-cutting, you make custom scissors. @Team_AFRL #wheredaytonismade pic.twitter.com/dim3iYGQoC — WrightBrosInstitute [...]

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