S&T's Biometric Technology Rally focused on the ability of acquisition systems and matching algorithms to recognize travelers without asking them to remove their masks, thereby reducing risk for frontline workers.
Gratitude shifts how we see our life and circumstances. Rather than focusing on what we don’t have, we recognize and appreciate what we do.
This year, with the pandemic affecting travel, social gatherings, and other holiday festivities, many may be celebrating on their own. Although the holiday season will be different from past years, there are steps you can take to plan a safe and meaningful holiday season.
The end-of-year holidays are joyous times filled with family, food, and comforting traditions. However, the holidays can also be stressful due to finances, family conflict, and pressure to create the ideal holiday experience.
DHS S&T's Master Question List is updated every week with the latest trustworthy COVID-19 information and data relevant to weathering the pandemic.
November is National Family Caregiver's month, a time when we honor the more than 65 million Americans who care for their aging or disabled loved ones. Unpaid care provided by family caregivers represents 90 percent of all long-term care in America. If you are a caregiver for an elderly or disabled relative, know that you are not alone.
Throughout the pandemic, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has stood ready to assist communities across the nation in the fight against COVID-19.
S&T NBACC research finds that sunlight is the strongest environmental factor that inactivates COVID-19.
The COVID-19 pandemic has touched every part of our lives this year, including favorite childhood traditions like Halloween and Fall festivals.
For months, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has worked side by side with state, local, and private sector partners to ensure a safe and effective response to COVID-19 across its component offices.