CDE call for research proposals

Generation-after-next chemical, biological and radiological hazard mitigation systems

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CBRNe World and Cranfield University collaborate on new explosive detector testing service

CBRNe World has joined forces with Cranfield University to provide independent lab and field testing of explosive detection systems.

CBRNe World has joined forces with Cranfield University to provide independent lab and field testing of explosive detection systems.
The tests, which can be adapted for both pre- and post-blast detectors,

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Telops introduces Hyper-Cam GDI

A revolutionary gas detection, identification and imaging system to help improve safety in oil and gas environments

June 5th, 2012 - Telops, leader in the field of hyperspectral imaging systems and high performance infrared cameras for the Oil and Gas, Defense and Security, Environmental, and Industrial markets, is pleased to introduce...

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ReconRobotics Press Release

ReconRobotics establishes international headquarters in Lugano, Switzerland

EDINA, Minn. – (May 30, 2012) ReconRobotics, Inc., the world leader in tactical micro-robot systems, announced today that it has established its international headquarters in Lugano, Switzerland, signaling a significant advancement in the company’s three-year global expansion. Known as RRI Global SAGL, the...

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Tokyo sarin attack suspect arrested

Naoko Kikuchi was one of two remaining suspects wanted after the subway attack in1995

Naoko Kikuchi, one of the two remaining suspects wanted in connection to the subway sarin attacks in Tokyo in 1995, was arrested on Sunday according to Japanese authorities.

13 people died and more than 6000 were...

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Going Postal

The US Postal Service could dispense antibiotics to the homes of civilians in the event of a bioterrorist attack.

The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) is working to develop dispensing plans in which postal carriers who volunteer to participate in the program will deliver antibiotics to residences in certain zip codes.

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2012 Monaco Grand Prix IED scare

EOD technicians called to Formula One track after discovery of suspect package

24th May, 2012 - For the second time in two years, EOD technicians have been called to the Monaco Grand Prix circuit in Monte Carlo to carry out a controlled explosion of a suspect package ahead of the annual...

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