The National Science Foundation’s four-year-old Innovation Corps has just added many more federal agencies to its repertoire.
Agencies will have to scramble to find fiscal 2015 funding.
Drones offer a way to explore other planets and asteroids that rovers can’t.
Jason Matheny had previously been in charge of IARPA’s “Anticipating Surprise” office, overseeing efforts to develop new capabilities in predicting and forecasting events related to national security.
By itself, "agile" development won't solve the government's tech problems, Tony Scott said.
This year’s finalists include a USAID employee who spearheaded the development of an online forum to fight Ebola, the social media team at the CIA and an effort by a VA team to secure Internet-connected medical devices.
Pharmaceutical company Aprecia says 3-D printing will allow doctors to know the medicine they’re prescribing delivers the exact dose intended.
The U.S. government is putting in place both immediate and long-term steps to drastically enhance data security.
Senators have not reached an agreement that would allow them to add amendments to a cyberinformation-sharing bill in exchange for quickening its passage.
The Reaper's next chapter includes better sensors, more autonomy, bigger weapons
The IoT brings more capability and risk.