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Journal Entry C headerCenter for Rehabilitation Sciences Research
The Center for Rehabilitation Sciences Research (CRSR) is working to improve the lives and rehabilitation experience for injured servicemen and women.
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Journal EntryFuture Trends: DARPA looking to develop “performance underwear” for warriors
DARPA researchers envision a future of soldier technology that will improve Warfighter effectiveness by employing high-tech underwear.
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Journal EntryHow am I doing? Ask my computer…
Technology can help us be more aware of how we think and even how we feel. It is all still evolving, but these advances are promising for optimal Warfighter training and health.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programOne small step for man, one giant leap for lower-limb amputees
Thought-controlled bionic technology previously only available for arms now exists for legs. The once-farfetched idea of a bionic man is becoming a reality.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programSensors and smartphones may help save lives
 Early detection of blood loss and other medical conditions can help save lives. New technology combined with smartphones may be the new way medics respond to emergencies on the battlefield.
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Journal Entry Troff documentThe bright and dark sides of blue light
The “blue light” emitted from electronic devices and energy-efficient light bulbs affects your energy level, for better and for worse.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programTracking down snipers with smartphones
New smartphone technology may help Warfighters in combat track down snipers.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programWeapons testing for dummies
The military is looking for new ways to safely test non-lethal weapons and their potential for injury.
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Journal Entry object codeWhat’s the big IDEO?
The Intrepid Dynamic Exoskeletal Orthosis (IDEO), a new orthotic technology designed for limb-salvage patients, helps Warfighters return to running, sports, and combat.
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