Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl)
Developing future space technologies
Guidance on Defence and Security Accelerator terms and conditions for funding, contracts and intellectual property rights.
You can access defence science and technology research via our central repository, and submit your own research.
How to sell to Dstl if you are in industry, academia or other research organisation.
Information on the stages involved in preparing and submitting a proposal to the Defence and Security Accelerator.
£2.5m is available to fund solutions that inform future capability and understanding of the utility of XLUUVs
Insight is Dstl’s regular eBulletin providing the latest news and opportunities for the supplier community.
After you submit a proposal to the Defence and Security Accelerator, it’ll be assessed by subject matter experts.
This guidance sets out the process for determining whether ethical approval is required for research undertaken, funded or sponsored by MOD, and the application process.
The Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) is the UK’s leading government agency in applying science and technology (S&T) to the defence and security of the UK.
Guidance on how to submit a research proposal to the Centre for Defence Enterprise (CDE).
This Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) challenge led competition seeks proposals to explore the benefits that innovative technologies can bring to military front-line capabilities, in applications across the contested/congested Electromagnetic Space.
Information for UK academic institutions, research groups or research centres about calls for PhD funding.
The Air Systems Programme is the science and technology (S&T) focal point and integration hub for defence aviation in the air, maritime and land environments.
As part of Dstl's commitment to improving access to technologies, we're making some of our Intellectual Property available for free.
The Serapis framework will aim to cover the areas of C4ISR, space systems, synthetic environments, simulation technology to support human capability development
A new community of interest for academic institutions to partner with Dstl
The Future Threat Understanding and Disruption Programme ensures the UK understands the potential defence and security impact of emerging science and technology.
Information about Dstl’s dosimetry services and how to use them.
Dstl’s Destructor Complex at Porton Down provides a specialist disposal solution for hazardous or high security waste materials.
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