|Joint Oil Analysis Program Technical Support Center|
The TSC works with the Services, Allied Nations, the Defense Logistics Agency, industry, academia and other agencies to coordinate fluid analysis and technical support for DOD.
|Naval Submarine Medical Research Laboratory|
The Naval Submarine Medical Research Laboratory (NSMRL) is located in Groton, Connecticut. The laboratory's mission is to protect the health and enhance the performance of our warfighters through focused submarine, diving, and surface research solutions.
|Navy Health Research Center/Toxicology Detachment|
The mission of NHRC/TD is to develop the biochemical data necessary to characterize the toxicity of materials of interest to the Navy; use these data to formulate occupational and environmental health-hazard evaluations and risk assessments, including appropriate personnel exposure limits, which address Navy specific circumstances of exposure; and develop and maintain a cadre of naval personnel skilled in the discipline of toxicology and its application to health-hazard evaluation and risk assessment.
|Navy Primary Standards Laboratory|
Highly skilled and dedicated metrologists at the Navy's Primary Standards Laboratory maintain and disseminate the most accurate physical units of measurement within the Navy.
|Office of Naval Research ONR|
ONR coordinates, executes, and promotes the science and technology programs of the United States Navy and Marine Corps through universities, government laboratories, and nonprofit and for-profit organizations.
|Office of Naval Research, International Field Office (ONRIFO)|
Encourages international collaboration in naval research and development. Details on focus areas, funding opportunities, reports, and contacts.
|The Applied Research Laboratory at Penn State University|
ARL conducts basic and applied research and technology as well as engineering development for scientific, industrial, and defense applications. Its mission is to serve as a center of research excellence in undersea science and technology. ARL is a Navy-sponsored research facility established in 1945 to advance the Navy's technology base through research and development.
|The United States Naval Observatory|
The USNO mission is to determine the positions and motions of celestial objects, to provide astronomical data, to measure the Earth's rotation and to maintain the Master Clock for the United States.