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Chris Pehrson, vice president for Defense Department strategic development at General Atomics’ aeronautical systems business, will serve as a guest speaker at Technology Training Corp.-hosted Unmanned Aircraft Systems East for Defense and Government symposium that will kick off Saturday, Nov. 7, in Washington, D.C. Pehrson is one of the 24 guest presenters who will discuss emerging […] More
Susanna Blume, former deputy chief of staff for programs and plans at the Defense Department, has been appointed as a fellow for the Defense Strategies and Assessments Program at the Center for a New American Security. CNAS said Tuesday she will offer her insights on defense budget and posture, force management and strategic planning matters to […] More
The Department of Homeland Security has partnered with a team of Battelle researchers in an effort to help explosive and canine experts determine capability gaps in the country’s network of explosives detection canine teams. The Regional Explosives Detection Dog Initiative, led by DHS’ advanced research project agency, aims to provide information on threat materials and tactics that can […] More
From public health to transportation, the new release from SAS titled “A Practical Guide to Analytics for Governments: Using Big Data for Good” is a solid indicator of how analytics is already modifying the way government works. This substantial piece of literature features contributors ranging from doctors to criminal justice experts, sharing their strategies, techniques […] More
Global investment and asset management company Meridiam has added Antony Blinken, former U.S. deputy secretary of state and deputy national security adviser, as a member of its supervisory board. He worked in senior foreign policy roles under two presidential administrations over a two-decade period, Meridiam said Tuesday. Thierry Deau, founder and chairman of Meridiam, said that […] More
The Center for a New American Security has launched a new project that aims to analyze how the U.S. joint force should adapt to technological innovations of potential state and non-state adversaries. CNAS said Monday the Evolving the Future Force project is part of the center’s Defense Strategies and Assessments program and seeks to explore the […] More
NASA has selected Ball Aerospace & Technologies to design and develop a cryostat for a science mission that aims to measure emissions from the interstellar medium and study the life cycle of interstellar gas in the Milky Way. Ball Aerospace said Thursday it will build the cryostat to generate a temperature-controlled for detectors of the University of Arizona-led Galactic/Extragalactic Ultralong Duration Balloon […] More
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has completed initial tests on a field-deployable system that combines technologies from the Southwest Research Institute and PyroGenesis Canada to neutralize chemical warfare agents. DARPA said Friday it tested SwRI’s soil-scrubbing technology alongside PyroGenesis’ Tactical Plasma Arc Chemical Warfare Agents Destruction System that works to collect and convert toxic CWA decomposition products into non-hazardous salts. The platform […] More
NASA has picked a potential $40 million science mission that aims to measure emissions from the cosmic material – interstellar medium – that can be found among stars in order to generate data for use in research into the Milky Way galaxy. The Galactic/Extragalactic [Ultralong-Duration Balloon] Spectroscopic Terahertz Observatory mission seeks to offer a “complete […] More
A team led by the Southwest Research Institute has received a $5 million contract to develop tools and methods for NASA to explore the solar system through the space agency’s Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute. The Project for Exploration Science Pathfinder Research for Enhancing Solar System Observations consortium will focus on pathfinding research, techniques and technologies to support missions on airless bodies […] More
NASA has picked two proposals to establish research institutes that will work on space technology platforms designed to extend human presence in long-duration exploration missions. The agency will award each Space Technology Research Institute up to $15 million in funds over five years to develop technology platforms in the areas of space infrastructure and biomanufacturing in […] More
Raytheon has conducted factory acceptance tests on a flight operations system for NASA‘s James Webb Space Telescope. The tests occurred at Raytheon’s Aurora, Colorado-based facility and aimed to verify 800 requirements on JWST’s ground control system, the company said Wednesday. Raytheon built the space observatory’s ground control system on the campus of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, under a contract […] More
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