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We discover, shape and champion basic science that profoundly impacts the future Air Force.
We discover, shape and champion basic science that profoundly impacts the future Air Force.

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“The Origami Revolution” tonight at 9 PM EST on +NOVA PBS Official:
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/physics/origami-revolution.html

Engineers are using origami to design drugs, micro-robots, and future space missions. The EFRI-ODISSEI research is supported by the +National Science Foundation and AFOSR, PO: Dr. Ken Goretta, Low Density Materials. #Origami #MaterialsScience #BasicResearch

#TriviaTuesday ❤️ What famous couple fell in love in 1977 while working on the Golden Record for the Voyager Interstellar mission for +National Aerospace and Space Administration?

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Happy Valentine's Day! ❤️ For #ValentinesDay, a love story at the smallest scales imaginable: particles of light. #QuantumMechanics #ValentinesDay #BasicResearch

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CV-22 Osprey assigned to the 8th Special Operations Squadron at Hurlburt Field, Fla., and the 20th SOS at Cannon Air Force Base N.M., fly in formation over Hurlburt Field Feb. 3, 2017. This training mission was the first time in +United States Air Force history that 10 CV-22s flew in formation simultaneously. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Joseph Pick) #AirForce Week in Photos:http://go.usa.gov/x9evq

Select your favorite at +Airman Magazine: https://www.facebook.com/AirmanMagazine/posts/10154012185571191
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#ThrowbackThursday Wing-Body Blending 1960s

As aircraft speeds increased, so did the need for more aerodynamic aircraft designs. AFOSR-funded research contributed to the ultimate designs of a new generation of fighter and bomber aircraft, in particular, the B-1 and F-16. #AirForce #BasicResearch #TBT
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Funding Opportunity: Awards to stimulate and support undergraduate research experiences (ASSURE)

The ASSURE program supports undergraduate research in U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) relevant disciplines and is designed to increase the number of high-quality undergraduate science and engineering majors who ultimately decide to pursue advanced degrees in these fields. #Science #Engineering #STEM

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Congratulations to Professor Jeremy Bos!

Dr. Bos, an assistant professor of electrical engineering studying atmospheric optics at +Michigan Technological University, has received an AFOSR YIP award for his project entitled, “Imaging Theory and Mitigation in Extreme Turbulence-Induced Anisoplanatism.” #AirForce #BasicResearch #Turbulence

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"Success Always Leaves Footprints" -Booker T. Washington
#BlackHistoryMonth
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