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"Quanta Conoscenza abbiamo perso nell'Informazione?  

         Quanta Saggezza abbiamo perso nella Conoscenza?" 

"How much Knowledge we have lost in Information?  

        How much Wisdom we have lost in Knowledge?"(T.S.Eliot)


"Non sono i Terremoti ad uccidere, ma le Strutture che crollano."  (Saggio cinese

"Earthquakes do not kill, but the Collapsing Structures" (Chinese Dictum)


"The Bureaucratic Mentality is the only Constant in the Universe" (Capt. Jim Kirk - USS Enterprise - Star Trek)


"Se volete sapere qualcosa sul Papa, non chiedete in Vaticano"

"If you want to know something about the Pope, don't ask in the Vatican(Rick Balbusso)


"La più efficace e la più economica lotta contro la corruzione è la trasparenza verso i Cittadini." 

"The most effective and cheapest fight against corruption is the transparency toward the Citiziens"


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"Curiosity is the Fertilizer of the Brain" (Rick Balbusso)


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  • 2016/08/23 Ushering in a New Generation of Low-Cost, Networked, Nuclear-Radiation Detectors
    A DARPA program aimed at preventing attacks involving radiological "dirty bombs" and other nuclear threats has successfully developed and demonstrated a network of smartphone-sized mobile devices that can detect the tiniest traces of radioactive materials. Combined with larger detectors along major roadways, bridges, other fixed infrastructure, and in vehicles, the new networked devices promise significantly enhanced awareness of radiation sources and greater advance warning of possible threats.
  • 2016/08/19 Microsystems Technology Office to host Office-Wide Proposers Day
    Nothing is more iconic of today's high technology than the semiconductor chips inside our computers, phones, military systems, household appliances, fitness monitors, and even birthday cards and pets. Since its inception in 1992, DARPA's Microsystems Technology Office (MTO) has helped create and prevent strategic surprise through investments in compact microelectronic components, such as microprocessors, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), and photonic devices. MTO's pioneering efforts to apply advanced capabilities in areas such as wide-band-gap materials, phased array radars, high-energy lasers, and infrared imaging, have helped the United States establish and maintain technological superiority for more than two decades.
  • 2016/08/15 Enabling Extreme New Designs for Optics and Imagers
    Developers of imaging systems have long been beholden to certain rules of optics designs so well established and seemingly immutable as to be treated as virtual "laws" of physics. One widely considered pillar of optical design, for example, is that imaging systems must be built from a series of complex and precisely manufactured optical elements arranged linearly. The result of such assumptions is that certain high-performance imagery devices inevitably end up being large and heavy, composed of dozens or more optical elements.
  • 2016/08/11 Wanted: Ideas for Protecting Against Small Unmanned Air Systems
    The rapid evolution of small unmanned air systems (sUAS) technologies is fueling the exponential growth of the commercial drone sector, creating new asymmetric threats for warfighters. sUASs' size and low cost enable novel concepts of employment that present challenges to current defense systems. These emerging irregular systems and concepts of operations in diverse environments require technology advancements to quickly detect, identify, track, and neutralize sUASs while mitigating collateral damage and providing flexibility to operations in multiple mission environments.
  • 2016/08/05 Living Structural Materials Could Open New Horizons for Engineers and Architects
    The structural materials that are currently used to construct homes, buildings, and infrastructure are expensive to produce and transport, wear out due to age and damage, and have limited ability to respond to changes in their immediate surroundings. Living biological materials-bone, skin, bark, and coral, for example-have attributes that provide advantages over the non-living materials people build with, in that they can be grown where needed, self-repair when damaged, and respond to changes in their surroundings.
  • 2016/08/05 DARPA Celebrates Cyber Grand Challenge Winners
    DARPA officials this morning released partial final, audited results of yesterday's all-day Cyber Grand Challenge (CGC) Final Event-the world's first all-machine cyber hacking tournament-and confirmed that the top-scoring machine was Mayhem, developed by team ForAllSecure of Pittsburgh.
  • 2016/08/04 “Mayhem” Declared Preliminary Winner of Historic Cyber Grand Challenge
    Capping an intensive three-year push to spark a revolution in automated cyber defense, DARPA today announced that a computer system designed by a team of Pittsburgh-based researchers is the presumptive winner of the Agency's Cyber Grand Challenge (CGC), the world's first all-hacking tournament.
  • 2016/08/03 Implantable “Neural Dust” Enables Precise Wireless Recording of Nerve Activity
    Therapeutic modulation of the activity of the body's peripheral nervous system (PNS) holds a world of potential for mitigating and treating disease and other health conditions-if researchers can figure out a feasible long-term mechanism for communicating with the nerves and pathways that make up the body's information superhighway between the spinal cord and other organs.
  • 2016/07/29 Cyber Grand Challenge Seeks Automation Revolution in Computer Security
    On August 4, in Las Vegas, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) will host the world's first, all-machine hacking tournament. This Cyber Grand Challenge will mark the culmination of an ambitious three-year effort to develop advanced, autonomous systems that can to detect, evaluate, and patch software vulnerabilities before adversaries have a chance to exploit them.
  • 2016/07/21 Biggest Little Self-Assembling Protein Nanostructures Created
    A research team at the University of Washington has harnessed complex computational methods to design customized proteins that can self-assemble into 120-subunit "icosahedral" structures inside living cells-the biggest, self-booting, intracellular protein nanocages ever made. The breakthrough offers a potential solution to a pressing scientific challenge: how to safely and efficiently deliver to cells new and emerging biomedical treatments such as DNA vaccines and therapeutic interfering particles.

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