Treatment with JPM-TMT funded AVI-7288 shows significant survival rates even when administered up to four days post-infection
By John Joyce, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division Public Affairs. Full story here
Optimetrics, the well known CBRNE software company has been acquired by DCS Corp a high technology engineering company whose CBRN portfolio is heavily increased by the addition.
The ARDIMS identifies areas of interest and takes radiological sensor readings for teams on the ground.
The contract incorporates an existing interim contract which has been in operation since January 2012
JTF-CS is the only standing chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear response joint task force in the U.S.
Zephyr introduces revolutionary new PSM training ECHO solution
Researchers to begin clinical trials on new herbal anti-radiation drug
An Italian example of a future soldier system.
This three-day, non-credit short-course is designed to introduce participants to the challenges facing the world at the intersection of biodefense and public health. See main articlefor...
North Korea to enhance its nuclear defence capability
BILLERICA, Mass., Jun 21, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Brukertoday announced the award of a contract for an additional...
A revolutionary gas detection, identification and imaging system to help improve safety in oil and gas environments
ReconRobotics establishes international headquarters in Lugano, Switzerland
A Royal Air Force airbase located in northern Scotland may be contaminated with mustard agent.
-- Major General Jeff W. Mathis III
ChemProDM module provides comprehensive CWA and TIC detection for vehicles, robots and OEMs
Paul Boyé Technologies awarded US Defense Contract for Chemical and Biological Protective Garments (UIPEI1)
The US has recently awarded 18 contracts for advanced chemical detection research as part of M3RD. An incredible sized programme given the suggestion at the APBTI that around 8 awards would be made. More information on the technologies and winners in the main article.
French explosive detection requirement and DHS Biowatch opportunity.
The Department of Defense’s Explosive Safety Board (DDESB) has approved Nabco’s Total Containment Vessels across the US military services. While the TCV has been used by various militaries for decades they feel that this seal of approval will allow greater access to their equipment, streamline...