S&T's Virtual Whole-of-Government R&D Showcase Series 3 serves as a reminder of how important it is to invest in research and science to address those persistent and over-the-horizon threats to our nation.
DHS S&T issued a RFI on commercially available Blast Resistant Trash Receptacles (BRTRs) to be included in a market survey conducted by S&T’s NUSTL in New York.
DHS S&T is joining forces with the non-profit Beacon NGO to advance open source software capabilities for public safety.
Join us for Series 2 of our four-part Whole-of-Government R&D Showcase, focusing on Building Resilience and Innovation Equity.
S&T's is working on cost-effective technologies to detect chemical and biological threats inside a subway environment.
DHS S&T's SVIP has awarded $105,877 in Phase 1 funding for Bloodstone Division, LLC’s development of an anti-viral disinfectant under the SVIP Emerging Needs: COVID-19 Response & Future Mitigation solicitation.
S&T is studying how anhydrous ammonia behaves during a potential leak or spill, whether accidental or intentional, in order to inform planning efforts in communities across the nation.
DHS S&T has partnered with CBP and FPS to provide a capability that will be a game-changer to the vehicle screening process.
S&T’s work with APCO and NRPC is an ongoing effort that has helped enhance public safety communication capabilities; through this partnership, S&T will continue to support CAPRAD improvements to improve spectrum licensing efforts and training for public safety.
DHS S&T has partnered with the Metropolitan Transportation Authority in New York City to study how simulated coronavirus aerosols travel through buses and train cars to inform disinfection and other virus mitigation methods.