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DARPA Solicits Chemical-Detection Lasers

Defense Department would use the technology to detect biological and chemical agents during operations.

DARPA is seeking proposals to develop a new compact, high-power  UV laser system to detect biological and chemical threats that would replace current systems which are much larger.
DARPA is seeking proposals to develop a new compact, high-power UV laser system to detect biological and chemical threats that would replace current systems which are much larger.

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