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Brazil's efforts to increase government investment in science and technology, as well expand its global presence, were the focus of the third Office of Naval Research (ONR)-sponsored International Lecture Series held Oct. 18.
Chief of Naval Research Rear Adm. Matthew Klunder will speak on the March 22 panel at the 2012 Pacific Operational Science and Technology Conference in Honolulu.
Having just completed a forum with data science experts from around the country, Office of Naval Research (ONR) officials announced July 1 they will host another gathering of leading thinkers in the fall for in-depth discussions on warfighter performance.
The Office of Naval Research (ONR) is co-sponsoring the Directed Energy Professional Society’s annual symposium for the first time Nov. 14-18, 2011.
ONR Global recently sponsored the travel of a Nobel Laureate to a conference about the development of high-intensity lasers in the U.S. and Europe.
Reinforcing President Obama’s call to improve America’s STEM education over the next decade, Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus announced his plan to strengthen the service’s future workforce at a June 15-16 conference sponsored by the Office of Naval Research.
Challenged by statistics showing that only 31 percent of U.S. undergraduate students pursue technical degrees, and only a third of those come from under-represented populations, the Office of Naval Research (ONR) has launched an effort to build a diverse future workforce for the naval needs in science and technology.
Answering the call to help build and strengthen international partnerships, the Office of Naval Research and ONR Global have increased scientific cooperation with the Indian government in recent weeks.
The NavalX Agility Cell, or NavalX, will hold its Agility Summit on Sept. 21-25 in Alexandria, Virginia. The event—hosted by NavalX and supported by multiple partners, including the Office of Naval Research—is designed to build partnerships in the Department of the Navy on matters of innovation, acquisition and transition; share best practices; and discuss problems facing the fleet.