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The University of Oxford’s Pandemic Sciences Institute and Dstl have agreed to collaborate on pathogen research.
In an event run by The United States Special Operations Command, participants can share their innovative ideas and gain insights from operational personnel.
Scientist Abi Spear explains how connections are one of the most important aspects of her incredible work in regenerative medicine.
Dstl funds research into gut health which could improve the operational effectiveness of troops deployed overseas.
Academics will work in collaboration with industry partners to drive innovation in electromagnetic activities and enhance defence capabilities.
Representatives from government, industry and academia can register to explore how we can safely adopt AI in a way that saves lives and strengthens our security.
It is 20 years since Sarah started at the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) but her work is focused years into the future.
The world-class teams at Dstl work with the top minds from across military, academia, industry… and now science fiction.
She has just completed a milestone achievement on the water providing world-leading science to the armed forces.
Funding from NavyX and Dstl will back PhD programmes researching new methods of underwater propulsion and design, taking cues from the natural world.
Dstl will host the 25th CWD Conference, bringing together international experts and promoting collaboration to achieve a future free from chemical weapons.
The Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) has hosted its first climate change event focusing on sustainability and climate security for defence.
Defence research organisations have played a key role in the funding and technical partnering of maritime autonomous systems (MAS).
Industry partner PA Consulting has worked with Dstl on prototype tools using advanced quantum principles alongside essential elements of human decision-making.
Dr Hilary Bird was recognised for her exceptional scientific research and Warrant Officer Class 1 Ian Barrett for his long and meritorious service.
Dstl and the US Air Force Research Laboratory carried out the first deployment of their jointly developed artificial intelligence toolbox in 2 military exercises.
Dstl will share new technical concepts for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance in an age of AI and autonomy, at an event for industry and academia.
Radiation science experts from Dstl's Nuclear Emergency Monitoring Team provided critical safety cover for the visit of the nuclear-powered carrier.
The exercise forms part of the second phase in the AWE Urban series and focuses on how the Army can sustain and protect a Brigade force in an urban environment.
The trial captured valuable data about a variety of land platforms and will enable the defence community to develop and test machine learning and AI techniques.
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