The following snapshots were posted before January 1, 2011.
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- Resilient Homes: Last Room Standing: The Department wants you to know that safe rooms can be life savers in the face of Mother Nature's wrath (June 15, 2010 -- Infrastructure & Geophysical)
- ISIS: New Video Camera Sees It All: 360° surveillance video promises high-res detail, multiple views, and DVR features (May 6, 2010 -- Infrastructure & Geophysical)
- Laser Decontamination: Shine a Light: Using lasers to decontaminate the site of a chemical explosion (Apr. 22, 2010 -- Chemical & Biological)
- The Importance of Being Resilient: Resilience research recognized at S&T summit (Apr. 1, 2010 -- University Programs)
- It Takes a Water Purifier: Dirty water is one of Mother Nature’s overlooked assassins. S&T seeks to clean it up. (Mar. 23, 2010 -- Infrastructure & Geophysical)
- SportEvac: Choreographing a Stadium Stampede: Need a plan to evacuate 70,000 sports fans in one hour? Try rehearsing with 70,000 avatars (Mar. 16, 2010 -- Infrastructure and Geophysical)
- Cell All: Super Smartphones Sniff Out Suspicious Substances: Crowdsourcing cell phones to detect dangerous chemicals (Mar. 9, 2010 -- Chemical and Biological)
- Bomb Scare: An ODD Solution: A new and better way to detect explosives (Feb. 23, 2010 -- Explosives)
- Honing the Art and Science of Fingerprinting: A Pictogram Is Worth a Thousand Translations (Feb. 4, 2010 -- Human Factors)
- The Magnetic Vision Innovative Prototype (MagViz) - R.I.P., 3-1-1: Government brainiacs rethink the brain scanner so you can fly with all your liquids, gels, sprays, spreads…and so on (Jan. 25, 2010 -- Explosives)
- Mapping an Emergency: Making communications among first responders interoperable (Jan. 12, 2010 -- Command, Control & Interoperability)