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S&T, Partners Conduct Bioagent Studies

Field tests culminate four years of studies to help the U.S. Coast Guard respond to biohazard incidents.

Technologically Speaking Podcast

S&T invites you to take a deep dive into the science of homeland security to meet the experts keeping America safe.

Will the Sun Soon Power First Responders?

Fabric woven to harness solar power recently completed weaving trials.

Master Question List for COVID-19

S&T is developing resources to contribute to the nation’s comprehensive COVID-19 response.

In Their Own Words

Firefighters share stories about POINTER—why it is vital, how it works, and how the technology will save lives.

  • Monitoring Monkeypox

    S&T’s Master Question List presents the current state of available information to government decision makers in the operational response to the 2022 monkeypox virus outbreak.

  • Tune in to Episode 4: The Three-legged Stool

    Listen in as S&T’s Arun Vemury delves into the complexities of facial recognition technology—how it works, how it has changed over time, and what S&T is doing to overcome current challenges.

  • DHS Tour Commemorates the 9/11 Flag

    S&T is honored to serve as the latest steward of the flag, which was originally raised at the memorial site in New York City on the 20th Anniversary of 9/11 and now flies proud atop our Transportation Security Laboratory.

  • We Do the Science

    S&T's Office of National Laboratories provides a network of laboratory capabilities aligned to enduring and strategic mission needs of DHS. The laboratories are instrumental in addressing the dynamic threat environment in areas such as chemical security analysis, biological forensics and threat characterization, first responder technology evaluations, animal agriculture defense, and detection science.

  • Funding Innovation 

    Innovation is the driving force behind the work we do at S&T. Because potential solutions may exist outside the homeland security arena, S&T casts a wide inclusive net to find and use the best technologies. Whether you are a small or large business, academia, or start-up, we want you to help us innovate and advance homeland security solutions!