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  • Right On Time: Automating Military Logistics

    DASA is seeking to identify innovations that can deliver a step change in military logistics capability across the Maritime, Land and Air domains.

  • Access defence science and technology research

    You can access defence science and technology research via our central repository, and submit your own research.

  • Assessment process and criteria

    This guidance explains our competition process and how your proposal is assessed.

  • Competition: Uncrewed Underwater Vehicle Testbed

    DASA has launched phase 1 of Uncrewed Underwater Vehicle Testbed – Opportunity to Integrate;

  • How to sell to or work with Dstl

    Guidance on the many ways for suppliers to work with the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl), the science inside UK defence and security.

  • Submit a proposal

    Information on the stages involved in preparing and submitting a proposal to the Defence and Security Accelerator.

  • The Dstl Biscuit Book

    An information guide on Artificial Intelligence (AI), Data Science and Machine Learning

  • Dstl's Serapis Framework

    The Serapis framework will aim to cover the areas of C4ISR, space systems, synthetic environments, simulation technology to support human capability development

  • Submit a research report to MOD

    Find out how to submit your research to Athena, Dstl's central repository of MOD-sponsored scientific and technical research reports.

  • Wireless communications, Networking and Information Theory Challenge

    DASA is seeking innovative technologies to deliver information exchange capabilities that are resilient in a highly dynamic operating environment.

  • Applying for approval for MOD research involving humans

    This guidance sets out the process for determining whether governance approval and ethics review is required for research undertaken, funded or sponsored by MOD.

  • Dstl forensic publications

    This series brings together all documents relating to fingermark visualisation and digital forensics, as well as other related forensic topics.

  • Future Sensing and Situational Awareness Programme

    The Future Sensing and Situational Awareness Programme develops novel and disruptive sensor technology and concepts.

  • CBR Services Programme

    Understanding the impacts of chemical, biological or radiological (CBR) materials is critical to the safety and wellbeing of UK Armed Forces.

  • Defence Reporter: MOD-funded research reports on Athena

    Bulletin from Athena listing unclassified bibliographic information of research reports recently added to the Athena database.

  • Dstl Early Careers case studies

    This collection of short videos gives an insight into the variety of life at Dstl from the perspective of our graduates, apprentices and year in industry students.

  • Competition: Advanced Vision for 2020 and Beyond

    This Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) competition seeks proposals in the area of Electro-Optics and Infrared, with an expected £2.5m of funding available over 2 phases.

  • Competition: Advancing Less Lethal Weapons

    This Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) competition is seeking proposals for innovative technologies that allow law enforcement officers to safely prevent the escalation of conflict in serious or violent circumstances f…

  • Space Programme

    The Space Programme seeks to exploit the full potential of space for defence.

  • Synthetic Data

    Review techniques to create synthetic datasets that mimic the characteristics of a real dataset but remove or obscure any private or sensitive information