(1.) Maj Gen Bernard Schriever, "ICBM--A Step toward Space Conquest" (address to the Air Force Office of Scientific Research
Astronautics Symposium, San Diego, 19 February 1957).
In the 1950s, the Air Force Office of Scientific Research
was involved in developing laser technology through Charles Townes who developed some of the principles of laser -- or light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation -- according to Doug Blair, the technical transfer program manager.
of Agriculture, NASA, Air Force Office of Scientific Research
This group included an impressive list of panelists: Ephraim Glinert (National Science Foundation), Hendler, Alex Kilpatrick (Air Force Office of Scientific Research
), and Alan Meyrowitz (National Research Laboratory).
A discovery in thin film technology that began with funding from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research
(AFOSR) offers a variety of Air Force and industrial applications.
Fort Interdisciplinary Research Center, underwent $20 million in renovation to house high-profile research projects, including those for the NASA Center for Aerospace Research and the Air Force Office of Scientific Research
FEDIX contains news and program information from several technology-oriented government agencies, including the Department of Energy, NASA, the FAA, the Office of Naval Research, and the Air Force Office of Scientific Research
. Each agency has its own corner of FEDIX, where it provides information on its research, educational, and financial aid programs.
Accomplishments books, showing detailed scientific accomplishments and their (usually non-quantitative) impacts, were described for ONR, the Air Force Office of Scientific Research
, and the DOE.
The conference, which was co-sponsored by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research
, NASA, the University of California, and the Department of Energy, was chaired by Dr.
The US Air Force Office of Scientific Research
developed the new 3-D printed objects following earlier work the team had done using smart shape memory polymers (SMPs), which have the ability to remember one shape and change to another programmed shape when uniform heat is applied, to make objects that could fold themselves along hinges.
Kisailus and Pablo Zavattieri, of Purdue University, one of the co-authors of Science paper, just received additional 590,000 dollars in funding from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research
to continue work on the stomatopod.