- Associated Press - Tuesday, August 4, 2015

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - A military laboratory in New Mexico and the University of Arizona have agreed to collaborate on technological research.

The agreement between the Albuquerque-based Air Force Research Laboratory New Mexico and the Tucson-based school calls for collaboration between scientists and engineers of the lab’s directed energy and space vehicles directorates and students and faculty from the university.

An announcement of the collaboration agreement cites the university’s work in optics research, which it said is particularly important to the lab’s research.

The agreement calls for encouraging joint research and development projects. It also gives university students and faculty increased access to lab personnel, specialized test facilities and surplus equipment that can be used for research and education.

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