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Low-temperature co-fired ceramic (LTCC) substrate technology enables miniaturization of electronic circuits by creating compact, three-dimensional, multilayer circuitry.

Technology Today® Spring 2011

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Shining a Light on Friendly Fire

A new radio technology helps warfighters distinguish between friend and foe.

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Taking Asteroids for Granite

Bouncing a pair of 3,000-pound granite spheres together helps refine existing models for calculating the effects of space collisions.

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The Project Information Management System (and more)

A family of R&D web applications originated with a friendly bet.

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Behavior Training

An SwRI-developed training program for dealing with behavioral problems is available for home computers or as an iPhone application


Technical Staff Activities

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