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Office of Naval Research
    
    
   October 16, 2004
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The Office of Naval Research coordinates, executes, and promotes the science and technology programs of the United States Navy and Marine Corps through schools, universities, government laboratories, and nonprofit and for-profit organizations. It provides technical advice to the Chief of Naval Operations and the Secretary of the Navy and works with industry to improve technology manufacturing processes.

The rotating images at left illustrate some of the science and technology that ONR supports. Visit our Media area for more information.

An ONR initiative , succinctly designated “Uncertainty,” is working to determine the accuracy of forecasts based on such factors as acoustic sensor performance, model accuracy, and environmental variability, as well as the skill levels of personnel.
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Information, Electronics & Surveillance (Code 31)
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Electronics
· Math, Computer and Information Sciences
· Surveillance, Communications, and Electronic Combat
 
Ocean, Atmosphere & Space (Code 32)
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Sensing and Systems
· Processes and Prediction
 
Engineering, Materials & Physical Science (Code 33)
  · Physical Sciences
· Materials
· Mechanics and Energy Conversion
· Ship Hull, Mechanical & Electrical Systems
· Navy S&T Ship Office
 
Human Systems (Code 34)
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Medical and Biological Division
· Cognitive, Neural and Social Division
 
Naval Expeditionary Warfare (Code 35)
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Strike Technology
· Expeditionary Warfare Operations
  · Technology Watch and Evaluation
 
Industrial and Corporate Programs (Code 36)
  · Manufacturing
· Product Innovation
· Corporate Programs
· SBIR/STTR
 

 

Media Articles
Media Advisory: Office of Naval Research Christens Demonstration Vessel Sea Coaster in Mobile, AL
9/28/2004

Media Advisory: Media Invited to Ride Experimental Vessel Sea Flyer During San Diego and San Francisco Fleet Weeks
9/23/2004

Media Advisory: Office of Naval Research Introduces a Mobile Science & Technology Lab at TechEnterprise 2004
8/13/2004

Media Advisory: Senator Inouye to Address Hawai'i High-Tech Businesses at TechEnterprise 2004
8/13/2004

Media Advisory: Workshop to Produce Best Practices for "Teaching Future Warship Designers"
8/10/2004

Media Advisory: Free-Electron Laser Reaches 10 Kilowatts
7/30/2004

Media Advisory: Secretary of the Navy to Discuss Naval Research in the 21st Century at the 5th Annual Naval-Industry Research and Development Partnership Conference
7/27/2004

Media Advisory: Naval Research in the 21st Century: Dilemmas and Solutions
7/21/2004

Naval Technology Achievement Award
6/24/2004

Media Advisory: See Live Demos of a Remote-Operated Patrol Boat, Language Translator & Virtual Reality Gear Aboard the Afloat Lab During NYC Fleet Week Visit
5/20/2004

Brain Control
5/11/2004

Waste Not, Want Not
5/11/2004

Mowing Back Antennas
5/11/2004

Hybrids on the High Seas; Fuel Cells For Future Ships
2/26/2004

"Chatting" in Iraq
2/26/2004

NOAA and U.S. Navy Uncover Secrets of Lost Civil War Submarine USS Alligator
12/15/2003

 

 
 

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