Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) FOR Medical Chemical Biological Radiological And Nuclear (CBRN) Medical Countermeasure Efforts

Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) FOR Medical Chemical Biological Radiological And Nuclear (CBRN) Medical Countermeasure Efforts

 

The medical CBRN countermeasures developed by the Joint Project Manager Medical Countermeasure Systems (JPM MCS) office directly support the current, near-term, and far-term challenges by providing the capability to prevent, diagnose and treat the effects of chemical, radiological and biological warfare agents. Mission areas and technical points of contact for the product management offices within the JPM MCS are shown in Section VII of this BAA (Funding Opportunity Number:MCSBAA17-01).

UK DASA - Market Exploration: Net Zero Emissions Air System

UK DASA - Market Exploration: Net Zero Emissions Air System

On behalf of the Royal Air Force (RAF) DASA is running a Market Exploration to investigate zero emission options for the replacement of the existing fleet of military light training aircraft. The RAF currently operates a fleet of light aircraft across a variety of sites in the UK. The RAF customer wishes to better understand the market capability in this area and seeks information on the development of relevant technologies and systems that are in development and maturing over the coming 4 years. This information will be used to inform the user requirement specifications for a replacement system. The target date for replacement of the existing fleet is 2027.

D.Start Ignite

D.Start Ignite

Funded by the Next Generation Technologies Fund, in partnership with CSIRO, D.Start Ignite is the only program offering participants the chance to pitch ideas directly to stakeholders that can help them identify possible military applications or suggest how they might refocus their efforts in other areas. D.Start Ignite is built on the ON Prime program created by CSIRO. It taps into the Australian entrepreneurial environment to rapidly transition innovative technologies into Defence capability.

D.Start Catalyst

D.Start Catalyst

Defence has partnered with Australian non-profit Common Mission Project Limited  (CMP Ltd) to support the establishment of the D.Start Catalyst program across several Australian universities.

D.Start Catalyst builds on the success of established United States and United Kingdom programs – Hacking for Defense (H4D) and Hacking for MoD – as well as a pilot program using the same methodology, known in Australia as Hacking for National Security (H4NS), at the University of New South Wales in early 2021.

Air Force Office of Scientific Research Broad Agency Announcement

Air Force Office of Scientific Research Broad Agency Announcement

The Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) is soliciting proposals for basic research through a Broad Agency Announcement outlining the U.S. Air Force Defense Research Sciences Program.

Virtual RobotX (VRX) Competition 2022

Virtual RobotX (VRX) Competition 2022

In preparation for the 2022 Maritime RobotX Challenge in Australia, RoboNation and the Office of Naval Research (ONR) have partnered with the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) and Open Robotics (OR) to bring you Virtual RobotX (VRX) and the VRX Competition. 

US Department of Defense Opportunity – Advancement of Technologies for Use by Special Operations Forces

US Department of Defense Opportunity – Advancement of Technologies for Use by Special Operations Forces

The US Department of Defense, via its Directorate of Science and Technology and in partnership with the United States Special Operations Command, invites proposals under its Advancement of Technologies for Use by Special Operations Forces Broad Agency Announcement (BAA).

U.S. Army Research Office Opportunity – LPS Qubit Collaboratory

U.S. Army Research Office Opportunity – LPS Qubit Collaboratory

The U.S. Army Research Office (ARO) in partnership with NSA’s Laboratory for Physical Science (LPS) is soliciting Incubator, Collaboration, and Fellowship research proposals for participation in the LPS Qubit Collaboratory (LQC).

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