US Navy Partners With Savannah River National Laboratory to Develop Solutions for Warfighters
The Department of Energy’s Savannah River National Laboratory will partner with the Naval Information Warfare Center Atlantic to improve research and development efforts in a variety of fields, including electromagnetic warfare, autonomy and cybersecurity. NIWC Atlantic and the Energy Department’s Savannah River Operations Office signed a memorandum of agreement to enable this collaboration.
Capt. Nicole Nigro, commanding officer of NIWC Atlantic, said the partnership will drive the delivery of solutions to warfighters.
According to SRNL Director Vahid Majidi, teaming up with NIWC Atlantic could lead to “advanced solutions” that address significant national security concerns, DVIDS reported Wednesday.
SRNL is overseen by the Energy Department’s Office of Environmental Management. Located in South Carolina, the lab’s primary focus areas include the application of science to contain environmental risks relating to legacy nuclear waste. It also works on the detection of weapons of mass destruction and contributes to clean energy development and implementation efforts.
Category: Federal Civilian
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