DHS SBIR Program is seeking information in three topic areas to support DHS Component technology needs.
S&T's is working on cost-effective technologies to detect chemical and biological threats inside a subway environment.
To develop capabilities to monitor the current COVID-19 pandemic and other future biological events, DHS S&T has awarded $199,648 to Mesur.io Inc., for analysis and reporting of outbreak-related data.
S&T NBACC research finds that sunlight is the strongest environmental factor that inactivates COVID-19.
S&T and EPA collaborate in a joint project to help the Coast Guard decontaminate assets after a bioterrorist attack.
S&T has established the PANTHR program to strengthen customer engagement within the Homeland Security Enterprise (HSE) by aligning chemical and biological hazard awareness and characterization activities to provide timely, accurate, and defensible decision support tools and knowledge to stakeholders.
DHS S&T and MatMaCorp completed a successful evaluation of a field-deployable genetic test to detect African Swine Fever (ASF) virus in infected pigs and pork products.
The following publications establish technical capability standards for radiological and nuclear detection goals unique to the U.S. Government. The materials augment the national consensus standards established by American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and international consensus standards developed by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC).
FPDI defends the safety and security of the food system by conducting research to protect against vulnerabilities in the food supply chain, from farm to table, and to reduce the potential catastrophic attacks on public health and the economy.
DHS S&T has awarded $1.5 million to Zeteo Tech to develop and test a new sensor technology prototype that combines trigger and detector functions and will enable real-time detection of aerosolized biological threat agents including bacteria, viruses, and toxins.