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Chemistry Division: Code 6100
[US Navy] (Naval Research Laboratory) This division conducts research in all areas of chemistry with special emphasis on fire research for the safety and survivability for the Navy.
Environmental & Marine Biotechnology
[ONR] (Office of Naval Research) New approaches in meeting many of the navy’s logistical and operational needs are developed through understanding the physiological adaptations of marine organisms that are a fertile source of materials, catalysts, and engineering principles.
Laboratory for the Structure of Matter
[US Navy] (Naval Research Laboratory) Research activities for this laboratory include macromolecular structure, neuropeptide structure, structure of energetic materials, telerobotic control, and small molecule crystallography.
Naval Health Research Center
[US Navy] (NHRC) The purpose of this research center is to maintain the readiness of the fleet through evaluations, testing, development, and research in the psychological and biomedical aspects of health and performance.
Naval Medical Research Center
[US Navy] (NMRC) This center conducts research, development, and testing in the areas of infectious diseases, tissue transplantation, casualty care, and environmental medicine while maintaining aspects that relate to military importance.
Naval Research Laboratory: Oceanography Division
[US Navy] This laboratory conducts research on microbiologically influenced corrosion which results from pitting, selective leaching, crevice corrosion, underdeposit corrosion, and enhanced erosion corrosion.
Naval Submarine Medical Research Laboratory
[US Navy] (NSMRL) The purpose of this laboratory is to increase the quality of the research and development to the submarine force in the areas of health and physical standards, closed environment monitoring, auditory and visual performance, and hearing conservation in the air and sea.
Office of Naval Research: Biosensors
[US Navy] New technologies for assessing analyses ranging from whole cells and metal ions to organic compounds are provided by this center.
Science & Technology
[Office of Naval Research (ONR)] ONR’s mission is to maintain a close relationship with the research and development community to support
long-range research, foster future discovery of technologies, and nurture next generations of researchers
for the future of the Navy and Marine Corps.