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DHS S&T announced today the selection of 14 teams from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs) to participate in the 2022 Summer Research Team (SRT) program.
DHS S&T awarded a five-year indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract to The RAND Corporation (RAND) for the continued operation of HSOAC.
DHS S&T signed an agreement for collaborative research, development, and foreign technical exchanges in cybersecurity and public safety solutions with the Republic of Korea’s Ministry of Science and Information Communication Technology (MSIT).
S&T has teamed up with Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) and others to develop the enhanced analytic platforms, tools, and capabilities required to countering human trafficking across the country and around the world.
DHS S&T and CISA hosted JamX 22, an exercise to counter electronic jamming at White Sands Missile Range with federal, state, local and industry participants.
DHS S&T NUSTL released an RFI seeking commercially available vehicle extrication tools for emergency responders to rescue people trapped in cars.
The Plum Island Animal Disease Center recently received word that studies of the nearshore waters and seafloor surrounding the lab have found a thriving ecosystem and pristine waters.
The operational use of S&T's TAK technology continues to grow, as a new iOS version is now available as a free download on Apple’s App Store.
DHS S&T awarded $259,831,989.00 to the U.S. DoD Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) to assist in the acquisition of technical services, in support of S&T’s Counter-Unmanned System Threats (C-UST) efforts.
S&T is developing a new technology to help the U.S. Coast Guard improve maritime safety and navigation in the North Atlantic Ocean to prevent collisions in the future.
S&T is developing new technology to help the Coast Guard improve maritime safety and navigation in the North Atlantic Ocean.
Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) will host a virtual demonstration .The SVIP Demo Week: Machine Learning showcase will feature 11 technologies from SVIP startups adapted from the commercial market to address DHS challenges.
A presentation at Singapore’s TechX Summit highlights how S&T unites with global partners to spark innovation and address shared homeland security challenges.
With the collaborative project involving S&T, NIST, and TSA, physical driver’s license holders may soon be able to apply for Mobile Driver’s Licenses (mDLs) stored on smartphones.
DHS S&T is seeking technical capabilities to help FEMA, through its insurance directorate FIMA, improve preparedness and response efforts after flooding occurs.
S&T recently completed an in-depth study that gives interested stakeholders some insight into the ongoing rollout of 5G networking technologies and the early development of 6G.
DHS SBIR Program will host its first virtual SBIR Showcase for First Responders that will feature 10 innovative technologies from companies developing solutions for first responders.
DHS S&T and EPA joined forces for a Stormwater Tracer Study to help the Coast Guard locate pathogenic spores after rains and decontaminate the sites.