Advanced science.  Applied technology.


Technical Divisions

Go to Applied Physics
Developing advanced electronic and microelectronic devices, power supplies, voice and data communication systems, robot test services, and payloads
Go to Applied Power
Using physical science research and applied engineering to produce sensors, instruments, and hardware used worldwide
Go to Center for Nuclear Waste Regulatory Analyses (CNWRA)
Resolving technical and regulatory issues related to a potential geologic repository for spent nuclear fuel and high-level radioactive waste
Chemistry and chemical engineering
Performing research and technical services using chemistry and chemical engineering technology
Go to Defense & Intelligence Solutions
Providing advanced direction finding and tracking systems through geolocation system development
Go to Fuels & Lubricants Research
Performing fuels and lubricants research activities to meet regulatory and competitive goals
Go to Intelligent Systems
Providing engineering services in the research and development of complex systems and equipment
mechanical engineering
Improving safety, reliability, efficiency and life of new or existing mechanical components or systems
Go to Powertrain Engineering
Designing and developing vehicle and engine components to achieve performance and emissions goals
Go to Space Science & Engineering
Developing and managing advanced scientific payloads aboard satellites and sounding rockets