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Knowledge Is Power in the Fight Against Synthetic Opioids

S&T’s Chemical Security Analysis Center highlights countermeasures to intentional opioid harm.

S&T in 2023: A Year in Review

Take a look at some of our scientific advancements and technological achievements from the past 365 days.

SVIP Industry Day | Synthetic Data Generator Topic Call

Thursday, February 22, 2024
1:00 - 3:30 p.m., EST

Fueling Future Innovations

The DHS Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program 24.1 Solicitation Is Open!

Investing in Arctic Research

Discover how S&T is investing in research critical to the future of the Arctic with ADAC-ARCTIC, a DHS Center of Excellence led by the University of Alaska Anchorage.

  • In their own Words: S&T’s Women in Science

    S&T’s women are leading the way in research and development, stakeholder engagement, communication, and technology innovation.

  • S&T Preparedness Series

    This series raises awareness of our unpredictable future, emphasizing the importance of creating a preparedness posture that reduces operational risk, enhances decision-making, and boosts mission effectiveness. 

  • Artificial Intelligence

    S&T is leading research in artificial intelligence to strengthen capabilities that safeguard the nation and accelerate advancements to ensure a more resilient and prosperous future for all.

  • Learn How S&T Is Fighting Wildfire with Technology

    The Science and Technology Directorate is developing new capabilities for first responders to combat this growing threat—and remain protected while doing so. 

Our programs support the advancement and implementation of technologies used by first responders to save lives: