ERDC seeks automated lab equipment for culturing microorganisms in cold regions, supporting Department of Defense directives to address biotechnology and enhance warfighting and logistics capability in the Arctic.
ERDC seeks to advance the Beneficial Uses of Dredged Sediment (BUDM) with new techniques and technologies that reduce costs, lessen environmental impacts of dredging, and decrease direct and strategic placement of dredged sediment.
ERDC invites solutions that will develop lightweight-kitted solutions to provide rapidly deployable protection. This includes the advancement of new prototype systems, such as personnel bunkers, as well as further development of existing ERDC prototypes.
ERDC's Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory invites commercial solutions or potential new capabilities in support of challenges facing Warfighters and the nation in cold and complex regions.
ERDC's Construction Engineering Research Laboratory is seeking solutions to develop, improve, and deliver operational energy capabilities in support of both military and civilian mission sets of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.