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Starfleet Research and Development (also known as Starfleet R&D or Starfleet Research) was an agency in 23rd and 24th century Starfleet. This agency was responsible for researching, developing, and testing new technologies. The agency was based out of San Francisco, Earth, Sol Sector. (TNG: "Contagion") In the 24th century, this agency was named on the dedication plaques of Starfleet starships. (TNG: "Night Terrors", dedication plaque)

In the 2260s of the alternate reality, information on this agency was located in the Federation database. (Star Trek Beyond)

This agency was mentioned in a list of Starfleet agencies, which appeared to the left of the personnel file for Balthazar Edison. [1]

As early as 2365, standard issue tricorders had a plaque that identified their design model number and place of origin. (TNG: "Contagion") The Mark VI, VII, X, and XI tricorders of the 2360s and 2370s carried this plaque. (TNG: "Contagion", "The Chase"; DS9: "The Muse"; Star Trek Nemesis)

Research facilitiesEdit

In the 24th century, the Starfleet R&D facility Jupiter Station, in orbit of Jupiter, was a large space station with dedicated holographic labs. In 2361, Dr. Lewis Zimmerman was assigned to this facility and, within ten years, created the Emergency Medical Hologram. In 2373, he was the Director of Holographic and Imaging Programming. (VOY: "Projections", "The Swarm", "Life Line")

In 2366, the Daystrom Institute had an annex on Galor IV. This annex, consisting of several facilities, and their personnel were under the aegis of Starfleet Research. That year, Vice Admiral Anthony Haftel was assigned to this planet and attempted unsuccessfully at having Lal, the daughter of Data, transferred to his facilities for additional study. (TNG: "The Offspring")

PersonnelEdit

Galor IVEdit

  • Vice Admiral Anthony Haftel (2366)

Jupiter StationEdit

  • Dr. Lewis Zimmerman

USS Shenzhou (NCC-1227) Edit

The following personnel were noted for their work with Research and Development on the USS Shenzhou in the first half of the 23rd century. (DIS: "The Vulcan Hello":

USS Discovery (NCC-1031) Edit

The following personnel were noted for their work with Research and Development on the USS Discovery in the mid-23rd century. With the exception of K. Gross, all these indivdiuals previously worked on the Shenzhou. (DIS: "Context Is for Kings"):

  • D. Biagi
  • C. Danby
  • T. Dinucci
  • C. Dowling
  • K. Felton-Lui
  • C. Gebacz
  • M. Goldstein
  • J. Gross
  • K. Gross
  • T. Grove
  • R. Johnson
  • A. Maranville
  • E. Sampson
  • B. Schultz
  • C. Silvestri
  • K. Tchaikovsky
  • A. Trifunovic

ISS Discovery (NCC-1031)Edit

In the mirror universe, the following personnel were noted for their work with Research and Development on the ISS Discovery in the mid-23rd century. (DIS: "Despite Yourself")

USS Brattain (NCC-21166)Edit

USS Phoenix (NCC-65420)Edit

USS Sutherland (NCC-72015)Edit

USS Defiant (NX-74205)Edit

The following personnel were noted for their work with Research and Development on the USS Defiant on stardate 47538.5. (DS9: "The Search, Part I", dedication plaque)

USS Voyager (NCC-74656)Edit

The following personnel were noted for their work with Research and Development on the USS Voyager on stardate 48038.5. (VOY: "Caretaker", dedication plaque)

USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-E)Edit

The following personnel were noted for their work with Research and Development on the USS Enterprise-E on stardate 49827.5. (Star Trek: First Contact, dedication plaque)

USS Prometheus (NX-74913)Edit

The following personnel were noted for their work with Research and Development on the USS Prometheus on stardate 50749.5. (VOY: "Message in a Bottle", dedication plaque)

  • Captain Marvin Rush (previously worked on the USS Voyager)
  • Captain Bill Peets (previously worked on the USS Voyager)
  • Alan Bernard (previously worked on the USS Voyager)
  • Captain Dick Brownfield (previously worked on the USS Voyager)
  • Mark Stimson

USS Sao Paulo (NCC-75633)Edit

The following personnel were noted for their work with Research and Development on the USS Sao Paulo on stardate 52889.3. (DS9: "The Dogs of War", dedication plaque)

  • Jonathan West (previously worked on the USS Defiant)
  • Chris Krosskove (previously worked on the USS Defiant)
  • Tim Roller (previously worked on the USS Defiant)
  • Bill Gocke (previously worked on the USS Defiant)
  • Gary Monak (previously worked on the USS Defiant)
  • Jim Unsinn (previously worked on the USS Defiant)
  • Terry Ahern (previously worked on the USS Defiant)
  • Dave DeGaetano (previously worked on the USS Defiant)

See also Edit