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The main decision-making, executive and managerial bodies at the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl).
Dstl – the science inside UK defence and security - played an instrumental part throughout the research and development of the new SPEAR3 surface-attack missile.
The Defence and Security Accelerator seeks proposals for novel and innovative technologies for lightweight, rapidly deployable protection on the front-line.
1 Introduction This Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) competition is…
Scientists from Dstl have been working tirelessly since the start of the pandemic to support a whole host of government agencies and civilian authorities.
At DASA, we find and fund exploitable innovation to support UK defence and security quickly and effectively, and support UK prosperity.
Dstl scientists have successfully trialled a fully autonomous robot that will help defence and security personnel dealing with hazardous scenes.
DASA launches Map the Gap Phase 2 competition to develop survey system demonstrators to help troops safely and stealthily advance into enemy territory over water
Innovation research announced for DASA Intelligent Ship Phase 2 competition
Dstl – the science inside UK defence and security is proud to announce that two of its scientists and two military advisers have received awards in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours list.
Dstl will host the 23rd CWD conference, bringing together international experts to work together to achieve a future free from chemical weapons.
Details of what the Defence and Security Accelerator has funded by financial year.
This exciting new partnership has launched a competition for organisations to pitch their ideas and capabilities, and influence the direction of future research.
Dstl partners with U.S. Strategic Command and U.S. Naval War College for the 6th annual deterrence and assurance academic alliance event.
A community of interest for academic institutions to partner with Dstl on deterrence and related topics such as assurance, coercion and conflict escalation.
You can access defence science and technology research via our central repository, and submit your own research.
A guide to machine learning techniques for limited data problems, including approaches for small amounts of data and for large amounts of unlabelled data.
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Watch the incredible range of work we do, from robots to wargaming, in just over a minute.
The Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) is the science inside UK defence and security.
Dstl asked UTC Portsmouth students to devise innovative ideas solve space challenges such as debris and populating the moon.
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