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DARPA government research agency publishes catalog of open source projects

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Some have described the culture of the agency as one that celebrates 'mad scientists' going around building and creating technologies to bring the future about. With an annual budget of $2.8 billion, DARPA drives a good portion of the advanced research that happens at universities and corporations in the US.

The new catalog features not only open source software that has been sponsored by the agency, but also open access publications of its funded research. All content that is sensitive to military applications was removed.

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