• Advanced robotics and autonomous systems;
  • Intelligence collection;
  • Cyber warfare (defensive and offensive);
  • Human identification, marking, and tracking;
  • Human-machine interactions on human terms;
  • Means to detect and neutralize bio-threats;
  • Means to negate improvised explosive devices (IEDs);
  • Military applications of biosciences (systems biology, biosensors, etc.);
  • Military applications of information sciences;
  • Nanotechnology (for innovative materials and other applications); and
  • System design and integration.

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