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Dec 23 - DoD's global respiratory surveillance program detects dangerous pathogens to keep armed forces healthy

Dec 20 - DTRA Brings Technology to Bear Against Chemical and Biological Warfare

Dec 20 - DTRA-supported Study Finds New Ways to Clean Up Radioactive Sites, Protect Radiotherapy Patients, and Astronauts

Dec 17 - Breathing new life into pulmonary research -- DTRA's ATHENA developing cutting-edge technology that benefits soldiers and civilians

Dec 15 - Germany to fund more surveillance along Tunisia-Libya border -- DTRA project aims to help Tunisia help itself

Dec 12 - Epidemic Control on the Double -- DTRA Working on Early Warning

Dec 12 - Army's Edgewood Chemical Biological Center pros share expertise at DTRA's Chem Bio Defense conference

Dec 12 - What CANDO Can Do For The Warfighter

Dec 7 - Boosting the antibiotic arsenal -- DTRA researchers at MIT discover new strategy that could enable existing drugs to kill bacteria that cause chronic infections

Dec 6 - New Chem-Bio Protective Wear in Design Phase

Dec 4 - DTRA Employs Machine Learning to Fight the Next Pandemic

Dec 1 - Army Makes a Point of Putting Lasers on Vehicles -- JIDO's Hard-Kill Challenge Played Key Part in Advancing Anti-Drone Weapons 

Nov 28 - Mapping What Lies Beneath -- DARPA, DTRA, NASA and DHS Working to Map, Navigate Subterranean Environment

Nov 24 - How the Pentagon is preparing for the coming drone wars

Nov 23 - Madagascar plague death toll hits 195 as outbreak reaches 'crisis' point

Nov 21 - It Takes a Nuclear Weapons Lab to Find a Nuclear Weapons Lab

Nov 21 - Source of "extremely high" radiation in Russia a mystery

Nov 20 - Scientists might have been wrong about the Chernobyl disaster

Nov 19 - Six Years After Fukushima, Robots Finally Find Reactors' Melted Uranium Fuel

Nov 15 - Chemical Attack on Public Transport -- A Likely Scenario

Nov 9 - Former DTRA R&D scientist Eric Moore named permanent director of Army's Edgewood Chemical Biological Center

Nov 7 - Trump Warns North Korean Leader Not to Underestimate U.S.-South Korean Will

Nov 5 - Accelerating Drug Development: DTRA's INGOTS Meets The Need For Speed 

Nov 4 - Perceptive Dragon Gives Early Chem/Bio Warning

Nov 3 - Clueing in on Biomarkers for Detection -- Portable Diagnostic Device Could Be Used on the Battlefield

Oct 27 - Modern border facility opens thanks to US support -- DTRA working with Georgian Ministry of Internal Affairs project

Oct 27 - Vice President Pence to review nuclear missions at Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota

Oct 26 - The Pentagon's IED-Hunters Have a New Target: Drones

Oct 26 - Sandia National Lab hosts program to pair developed, developing countries on biorisk management; DTRA, DOS are supporting

Oct 23 - Mattis in Philippines to Strengthen Ties with ASEAN, Discuss North Korea

Oct 23 - The Air Force hasn't used nuclear 'alert pads' since the Cold War. Now they're being upgraded.

Oct 20 - 'No silver bullet': Pentagon struggles to defeat drones in cat-and-mouse game

Oct 19 - Back to the Canyon: DTRA-Funded Technology Might Soon Identify, Warn About Fatal Fatigue

Oct 19 - This Technology Could Help Solve IED Detection - And Airport Security Too

Oct 19 - To protect civilians and troops, drone detection tech 'hijacks' enemy UAVs

Oct 19 - Dept. of Homeland Security launches competition for detection of emerging biothreats

Oct 18 - Nontraditional Partners Sought for Defeating Roadside Bombs, Enemy Drones

Oct 18 - A test of medical readiness -- How DoD was ahead of the curve on Ebola

Oct 17 - New USU/DTRA/NIH Study Redefines How Radiation Kills Cells, Could Help Target Cancer Treatment

Oct 16 - This ATV Shoots Down Drones With Lasers

Oct 16 - U.S. Embassy joins Armenia's Ministry of Health to open regional disease prevention labs built by DTRA

Oct 13 - The Army's Rapid Equipping Force is working on EW, counter-drone and more

Oct 12 - Army, Defense companies making renewed push for laser weapons

Oct 12 - The first smallpox vaccine changed the world -- but we're still not sure what was in it

Oct 11 - NYC replacing hospital devices that could be used as 'dirty bombs'

Oct 11 - Joint private, academic and military project aims to reduce risks during disease outbreaks -- DTRA-funded effort will help first responders battle biothreats

Oct 11 - They've only gone and made a chemical-threat-detection ring

Oct 11 - Radioactive wild boars in Sweden are eating nuclear mushrooms

Oct 11 - Elephant Tranquilizer to Chemical Weapon: Characterizing and Treating New Threats

Oct 11 - Mysterious spike in radioactive particles across Europe that has baffled scientists may have come from Russia

Oct 10 - DTRA Researchers Turning Bat Genes Into Future Vaccines

Oct 10 - Joint private, academic and military project aims to reduce risks during disease outbreaks

Oct 9 - U.S. Military Adapting in Complex Environment, Mattis Says

Oct 8 - Uganda Virus Research Institute will get a new diagnostic laboratory in Arua thanks to DTRA

Oct 6 - Liberia Holds Ground Breaking Ceremony For Public Health Institute -- DTRA's CBEP, Liberia's NPHIL Leading The Development

Oct 5 - DTRA-Funded Body-On-A-Chip System Could Lead to New Drug Candidates

Oct 5 - Health and Human Services Department sponsoring development of two radiation exposure tests

Oct 5 - Get Lasers Into the Field Faster, Lawmakers Tell the Pentagon

Oct 4 - DTRA Delegation Visits Georgia MIA to Discuss Current, Future Security Projects

Oct 4 - The Man Who Wanted To Nuke A Hurricane

Oct 4 - Kim Murder Suspect Had VX Nerve Agent Byproduct On Shirt, Chemist Says

Oct 3 - The deadly germ warfare island abandoned by the Soviets

Oct 2 - Lightweight Terahertz Laser Could Be Used For Chemical, Explosives Detection

Oct 2 - US embassy in Baku holds weapons of mass destruction detection, identification and response training

Oct 2 - When the Earth Rings -- Research on acoustic shock waves help identify, locate earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, underground nuclear tests

Oct 2 - Painless microneedles extract fluid for wearable sensors for soldiers, athletes -- DTRA-supported studies could be next gen chem/bio defense

Oct 1 - NYPD deploys first plane since 1959, will detect nuclear terror

Sep 28 - ATHENA laser weapon 'kills' 5 Outlaw drones

Sep 27 - Military expands ability to defend against radio-controlled explosives with new JCREW system

Sep 27 - Marines' 3D-Printed 'Nibbler' Drone Creating Lessons Learned on Logistics, Counter-UAS

Sep 27 - DTRA's Cooperative Biological Engagement Program supported new initiative to improve professional skills of Vietnamese doctors

Sep 26 - D.C. Metro Transit Police to receive radiation detectors in face of 'dirty bomb' threat

Sep 25 - California Is Already Preparing for a North Korean Nuclear Attack

Sep 25 - Olympics: Japan police plan for sarin attack at 2020 games

Sep 25 - Nowhere to Hide: Security Robot Detects Concealed Weapons -- WMD detection coming next?

Sep 24 - North Korea Also Has Nerve Agent VX, Chemical Weapons Expert Warns

Sep 23 - Pentagon Tests Lasers and Nets to Combat a Vexing Foe: ISIS Drones

Sep 20 - How the U.S. Created a 'Secret city' in Oak Ridge to Build the Atomic Bomb 75 Years Ago

Sep 19 - Cleaning up subways after release of biological warfare agent such as anthrax -- U.S. government preps for worst-case scenarios

Sep 19 - HHS Plans to Develop Nose Spray Treatment for Cyanide Poisoning

Sep 18 - Artificial Intelligence Could Help Neutralize Enemy Bombs

Sep 16 - Pakistan, U.S. to make combined effort against IEDs

Sep 16 - DTRA supported research provides new insights into secret life of bacteria

Sep 15 - JIDO Director visits Pakistan to advance U.S.-Pakistan cooperation

Sep 14 - Putting the Pieces Together: How DTRA is Solving the Burkholderia Puzzle

Sep 13 - Tiny Tech with Big Impact

Sep 13 - WATCH: DTRA Europe's Foreign Area Officer

Sep 12 - How DTRA is Prepping for Rapid Drug Development

Sep 12 - U.S. Military Academies' Young Scientists Hold the Key to Future Defense

Sep 11 - DTRA supports interagency field training exercise to strengthen security on Philippine coast

Aug 31 - DTRA linguist takes top honors at Defense Language Institute's biggest program manager's workshop

Aug 29 - DTRA supported research shows how cells can be reprogrammed into living devices

Aug 23 - Partnering Against Pandemics: Experimental Ebola Vaccine on Route to FDA Licensure

Aug 22 - Licensed to Kill: Engineering Enzymes to Counter Antibiotic Resistance

Aug 21 - Exploring the Surface for Deep Skin Defense

Aug 17 - Nano-sized machines swimming in stomachs can now treat infections -- DTRA- and NIH-funded researchers at UC San Diego say findings are promising

Aug 16 - Bubonic plague in Arizona: Fleas carrying the infectious disease

Aug 15 - DoD Announces Recipients of Value Engineering Achievement Awards -- DTRA Teams Win 2 of the 24 Awards

Aug 9 - US transfers DTRA-funded Maritime Law Enforcement center in Palawan to Philippine government

Aug 8 - Here's How the US Military Wants to Counter ISIS Drones and Roadside Bombs

Aug 7 - Artificial intelligence can now detect anthrax which could help the fight against bioterrorism

Aug 5 - Gene Editing Could Stop Cancer, Diabetes and Bioterrorism

Aug 3 - DTRA helping make sure firemen in Malaysia ready for chemical and biological attacks

Aug 3 - DTRA, Army mentors students, educators in 3-D design and printing

Aug 2 - 2D Materials Clean Up Their Act -- DTRA funded research could create sensors from ultra-thin structures

Jul 31 - Seeing Red Reduces Time and Cost of Blister Agent Decontamination

Jul 31 - More Than Skin Deep: Breakthroughs to Counter Deadly VX

Jul 31 - Giving Warfighters a "CRISTAL" Ball to Identify Toxic Threats and Prepare for Surprise

Jul 30 - Programming cells with computer-like logic -- DTR-supported research could lead to nanomachines that hunt down biothreats in the body

Jul 29 - Biological Engagement Programs: Reducing Threats and Strengthening Global Health Security Through Scientific Collaboration

Jul 28 - CSEL Chief Horn talks about diversity at DTRA

Jul 28 - Pacom Commander Lists Threats, Discusses Strategy in Indo-Asia-Pacific

Jul 27 - How sharks can help the US Military in the future -- DTRA research project could lead to new chem/bio weapon detection, treatment tools

Jul 27 - Syrian fighters in Raqqa uncover ISIS drone factory

Jul 25 - Department of Homeland Security encourages research in drone forensics

Jul 25 - Duck and cover 2.0: How North Korea is prompting new efforts to prepare for a nuclear attack

Jul 24 - Clearing mines and explosives in Mosul

Jul 22 - How ISIS nearly stumbled on the ingredients of a 'dirty bomb'

Jul 20 - White House developing comprehensive biosecurity strategy: official

Jul 20 - Special forces testing new anti-drone systems

Jul 19 - Sly Fox Mission 21 Designs Rapid Prototype UAV Early Warning CBR Detection System

Jul 19 - The Nuclear Posture Review, Bomber Capability, and Extended Deterrence

Jul 18 - Edgewood Chemical Biological Center Celebrates 100th Anniversary

Jul 18 - Small Russian Drones Do Massive Damage With Grenade Weapons

Jul 17 - U.S. missile defense plans to zap North Korean threats

Jul 16 - Trinity: the birth of the atomic age -- On July 16, 1945, the first nuclear weapon was detonated in the desert of New Mexico

Jul 14 - Researcher, Airmen Test New Counter-UAS Program at Bagram

Jul 12 - Russian inspection team observes US training, capabilities

Jul 11 - Early-Warning Intelligence System Could Save Lives in Chemical Attacks

Jul 11 - North Korean ICBM 'likely' to be able to strike San Diego with two years, analysis says

Jul 11 - U.S. THAAD missile defenses hit test target as North Korea tension rises

Jul 10 - Vehicle that can detect radioactive threats among new technology arising from US-Singapore collaboration

Jul 7 - Mattis, Pacific Region Defense Ministers Discuss North Korean Threat

Jul 7 - Bolstering counter-WMD capabilities in the southeast Europe and Black Sea regions

Jul 6 - New DTRA-supported DNA technology creates digital 'sketch' of terrorists' faces

Jul 6 - Army Describes Counter-WMD Mission in New Doctrine

Jul 6 - Army CBRN School gets new commandant

Jul 5 - DHS Works to Mitigate Large-Scale Car Bomb Attacks in the US

Jul 4 - Secretary of State Rex Tillerson calls for 'global action' to stop North Korea nuclear program

Jul 3 - New technique 'sees' radioactive material even after it's gone

Jul 3 - Addressing the threat of vehicle-borne IEDs

Jul 3 - Terrorists can get their hands on WMD via tech available on Dark Web - UN

Jul 3 - World Nuclear Powers Improve Bombs While Reducing Arsenals

Jul 3 - Trump Presses Xi for Help in Addressing 'Growing Threat' of North Korea

Jul 2 - Western nations plan digital force fields to thwart vehicle terror attacks

Jul 1 - Unmanned Systems the New Weapon for Terrorists -- JIDO fears that improvised threat devices may be latest drone delivery packages

Jun 30 - Chemical weapons watchdog says Sarin used in April attack in Syria

Jun 30 - Junior Navy Scientists and Engineers Make Early Warning CBR Detection via UAVs a Reality

Jun 29 - WARFARE: Army experts seek to defeat host of improvised threats

Jun 29 - This is What an ISIS Drone Workshop Looks Like

Jun 28 - International cooperation key to keeping WMD away from terrorists, UN Security Council told

Jun 21 - U.S., China Affirm North Korea Threat, Mattis Says

Jun 21 - US General Hyten wants Pentagon nuclear modernization efforts accelerated

Jun 20 - STRATCOM Chief: Deterrence Keeps Major-Power Conflicts Off World Stage

Jun 20 - US fighter jet shoots down pro-Syrian regime drone

Jun 19 - Paris attacker dead after ramming car carrying explosives into police vehicle

Jun 19 - 1st anti-terror drill held at Japanese nuclear plant for drone attack

Jun 19 - DTRA researchers are stacking countermeasures for a layered defense against chemical and biological threats

Jun 16 - Life Needs (Some) Radiation

Jun 15 - Air Force buys 100 Dronebuster devices for security forces

Jun 14 - DTRA hosts joint celebration of U.S. Army's 242nd birthday

Jun 14 - Uniformed Services University Global Health Faculty Participates in 'DIABLO SHIELD' - DTRA exercise aims to counter biological threats

Jun 13 - Stacking Countermeasures for Layered Defense - DTRA research program uses engineered DNA nanostructures to counter chemical agents

Jun 13 - ISIS' Chemical Weapons Capability Collapses in Syria After Battlefield Losses

Jun 13 - US Defense Secretary Mattis tells Congress North Korea 'most urgent' threat to security

Jun 12 - Russia Is Bringing Back Blackjack, the Last Soviet Bomber

Jun 12 - Is Gotham Ready For Bioterror? Maybe - but distributing remedies would be daunting 

Jun 12 - 48th Fighter Wing, DTRA, officials from Denmark, UK, Norway participates in CFE treaty inspection exercise

Jun 11 - Former NYPD Commissioner Bratton thinks Europe-like terror attacks are headed for the US

Jun 9 - Optical Particle Trap for Real-Time Detection of Chemical or Biological Threat Agents

Jun 9 - Drone War Heats Up in the Skies Over Syria

Jun 8 - Modernizing Nuclear Deterrents No. 1 Priority, DoD Officials Tell Congress

Jun 8 - Officials: U.S. Missile Defense System Outpaces Threat

Jun 8 - New hostel opens in the most radioactive place on the planet

Jun 7 - Defense Officials Testify on Nuclear Acquisition

Jun 7 - Las Vegas Strip to have new feature to protect pedestrians after recent terror attacks

Jun 7 - Vehicles Are Becoming the Weapons of Choice for Terrorists

Jun 3 - Defense Secretary Mattis: North Korea a 'clear and present danger' to world

Jun 2 - DTRA-supported new strategy identified for potential treatment of Chikungunya, other viruses -- 'Potential to revolutionize' future vaccine development

Jun 1 - Stinger Missiles Can Now Shoot Down Small Drones

May 31 - Chemical and Biological Lightweight Improved Thermal Ensemble -- DTRA and USANSC create better, more comfortable protective uniform

May 30 - 'Direct collision' for US homeland missile defense interceptor test against ICBM target

May 25 - Modernization, Replacement Programs Constitute Nuclear Deterrence Priority

May 24 - U.S. Fears New Threat From ISIS Drones

May 22 - DTRA Technology Uses DNA to Predict What a Person Looks Like

May 22 - 'Devil' Soldiers train in counter-weapons of mass destruction in South Korea

May 22 - Vayl Oxford sworn in as fifth Director of the Defense Threat Reduction Agency

May 19 - DTRA Delegation Meets with MIA Border Police of Georgia -- US/Georgia Partnership Focused on Security

May 19 - Ebola outbreak in Congo grows with 29 suspected cases identified

May 19 - Researchers Discover First Human Antibodies That Work Against All Ebolaviruses

May 18 - The World Is a Safer Place, Thanks to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons

May 18 - U.S. conducts military drill to counter N. Korea's WMD

May 18 - Increasingly ruthless while facing defeat, ISIS unleashes chemicals in desperate final ploy

May 18 - U.S., Jordan Work to Prevent Weapons of Mass Destruction Proliferation

May 17 - ISIS Video Shows 'Suicide Drones' Piloted With a PlayStation2 Controller

May 16 - SOCOM commander: Armed ISIS Drones were 2016's 'most daunting problem'

May 16 - Recognizing the threat from Latin America -- Stolen radioactive material could end up in terrorist hands south of the border

May 15 - WHO preparing authorization, logistics for Ebola vaccination in Congo if needed

May 14 - Lawmakers move to step up defenses against North Korea

May 12 - Ebola Returns in Congo, a Test of 'Next Time'

May 12 - Nuclear security training center opens in Almaty, Kazakhstan

May 11 - Lightening the Load for U.S. Troops: Losing Weight, Gaining Protection

May 11 - Stacking Countermeasures for Layered Chem/Bio Defense

May 11 - Drone-Killing Laser Stars in Army Field Test

May 11 - OPTing for Real-Time Detection of Chem/Bio Threats

May 8 - Fukushima accident gave everyone an X-ray's worth of radiation

May 8 - Dress Rehearsal for Armageddon: How Cities Plan for a Nuclear Attack

May 8 - DTRA does construction to exacting measurements to test against weapons

May 5 - Counter-drone tech requires constant improvement, former DoD official says

May 4 - U.S. Military, Federal Agencies Join on Counter-drone Efforts

May 4 - Future Defense Scientists Take On Challenge Of Synthetic Biology -- DTRA challenge works with students at U.S. military academies

May 4 - U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense chemists develop kit to simplify chemical agent exposure verification

May 3 - Drone manufacturer updates software to prevent devices being flown in ISIS territory

May 3 - US missile defense: Getting to 'ready' on North Korea threat

May 3 - Special Sheriff's Unit Scans Incoming Ships For Radioactive Material At LA Ports

May 3 - U.S. Making Sure No WMD in Belize

May 3 - Ballistic missile test-fired from California coastal base

May 3 - Blue nanoparticles mop up radioactive element -- Nanosized Prussian blue formulation removes radioactive caesium from body faster than commercial treatment

May 2 - Hacking for Defense: Changing the Face of Security Problem Solving -- JIDO, SOCOM, US Army getting unique solutions to national security problems

May 2 - Test of U.S. Defense Against North Korea Missiles Set This Month

May 2 - All indications suggest North Korea 'making progress' on nuclear programme -- UN atomic agency chief

Apr 29 - Dept. of Energy recognizes DTRA/Sandia Lab effort that fought Ebola epidemic with an algorithm

Apr 28 - One Soldier's Lasting Memories Of Exposure To Sarin Gas

Apr 27 - U.S. coalition battling ISIS with electronic warfare, counter-drone ops

Apr 27 - Nuclear Forensics: Plutonium Signatures Discovery Capability Launched

Apr 27 - North Korea threat: Top admiral calls on more missile interceptors in Hawaii

Apr 27 - DoD to Conduct Hand-Held Radioisotope Identification Detector Performance Testing

Apr 26 - U.S. launches unarmed intercontinental ballistic missile from California in test of nuclear weapon system

Apr 26 - The Army Is Preparing To Field This Electromagnetic Rifle Against ISIS Drones

Apr 26 - Feds prep for nuclear attack in NJ

26 - "An Unfinished Journey" -- DTRA's CSEL co-authors EVOLUTION of AIRMEN, a look at 50 years of the Chief Master Sergeants of the Air Force

Apr 26 - Blasts from the Past: Old Nuke Test Films Offer New Insights -- Midcentury footage could help certify the safety and effectiveness of modern U.S. nuclear weapons

Apr 24 - Chinese Foreign Minister Wang: China wants nuclear weapons eliminated in Korean Peninsula

Apr 23 - The Army is adding the 'Dronebuster' to its set of anti-drone tools

Apr 21 - Mattis: Syria Still Has Chemical Weapons

Apr 20 - This Florida military unit is watching for North Korean nuclear bomb tests

Apr 20 - China criticizes North Korea, praises US on nuclear issue

Apr 20 - Former dean recalls history of nuclear enterprise and Defense Nuclear Weapons School

Apr 19 - JIDO goes agile, but can DoD?

Apr 19 - This bomb is heavier than the MOAB -- DTRA developed 15 ton MOP to reach hard and deeply buried targets

Apr 19 - Army tests drone-killing lasers as threat grows on the battlefield -- Counter-UAS system participated in JIDO's recent "Hard Kill Challenge"

Apr 19 - Iraqi unit with US and Australian advisers hit by ISIS chemical weapon

Apr 19 - US VP Pence warns North Korea: 'The sword stands ready'

Apr 18 - Defense Nuclear Weapons School marks milestone

Apr 17 - Pentagon starts review of nuclear posture ordered by Trump

Apr 17 - Pence Confident 'We Will See A Korean Peninsula Free of Nuclear Weapons'

Apr 17 - HHS Secretary Price Authorizes Emergency Use of Nerve Agent Antidotes

Apr 17 - In a Dragon's Blood, Scientists Discover a Potential Antibiotic

Apr 17 - Brain Rescue: Recovery From Neurological Attack

Apr 17 - Hawaii panel asks state to prepare for North Korea nuclear attack

Apr 16 - Army Lasers Will Soon Destroy Enemy Mortars, Artillery and Drones From Strykers

Apr 15 - 'Mother of all bombs' is a runt compared to the DTRA-developed GBU-57 Massive Ordnance Penatrator

Apr 13 - US Army purchase DRONEBUSTER system for use in fight against ISIL

Apr 13 - FACES OF DETERRENCE: Minot Airmen secure, maintain two legs of U.S. nuclear triad

Apr 13 - North Korea may have sarin-tipped missiles, PM Abe says

Apr 13 - Satellite photos show North Korean nuclear site 'primed and ready'

Apr 12 - U.S. nuke-sniffer aircraft arrives on Okinawa as tensions rise on Korean peninsula 

Apr 12 - DTRA's Defense Nuclear Weapons School celebrates 70 years of training the nuclear forces

Apr 12 - U.S., Russia agree to push chemical weapons probe

Apr 11 - Secretary of Defense Mattis: 'No Doubt' Syrian Regime Responsible for Chemical Attacks on Citizens

Apr 11 - Defense chief Mattis says Syria will pay a big price if it uses gas again

Apr 10 - Genomics Is Buried In Too Much Data -- DTRA, LANL, NMRC want "EDGE" to help doctors, labs cut analysis time from days to minutes

Apr 9 - DTRA's Defense Nuclear Weapons School celebrates 70 years of nuclear training

Apr 7 - U.S. Strike Designed to Deter Assad Regime's Use of Chemical Weapons

Apr 6 - Trump Orders Missile Attack in Retaliation for Syrian Chemical Strikes

Apr 6 - Inside the Uranium Underworld: Dark Secrets, Dirty Bombs

Apr 3 - NATO counter-IED equipment delivered to Iraq's Ministry of the Interior

Mar 29 - U.S. WMD Disposal Unit Takes Part in Joint U.S./South Korea Drills

Mar 23 - DTRA Acting Director briefs House Armed Services Committee on CWMD strategy, policy and programs

Mar 23 - Rep. Stefanik's Opening Remarks of HASC Hearing on DoD's CWMD Strategy, Policy, Programs

Mar 23 - US, South Korean soldiers practice taking out chemical-weapons labs

Mar 22 - 'Lab-On-A-Glove' Could Bring Nerve-Agent Detection To Your Fingertips

Mar 21 - US Stryker Vehicle Mounted With First Defensive Laser Zaps Drones During JIDO Challenge

Mar 21 - How the military is defeating drones

Mar 21 - Counter-drone is the new counter-IED

Mar 20 - DoD Debating Approach to Fighting Enemy Drones

Mar 20 - US Embassy hands over $7m testing lab, latest assistance from DTRA builds on previous efforts to stop, treat Ebola

Mar 19 - Physicist declassifies rescued nuclear test films

Mar 17 - Army Demonstrates Integration of High Energy Lasers Weapon on Combat Vehicle -- JIDO's UAS 'Hard-Kill Challenge' Advancing Counter-Drone Technologies

Mar 16 - Inside the FBI's Remote Bomb-Test Training Range -- Hazardous Devices School, Terrorist Explosive Device Analytical Center look at IEDs and more

Mar 15 - How Intelligent Drones Are Shaping the Future of Warfare

Mar 15 - What Happens If a Nuclear Bomb Goes Off in Manhattan?

Mar 14 - Drone warfare in Mosul shapes US Army training to defeat airborne threats

Mar 13 - A Reporting Team's Nuclear Stress Test: Hazmat Suits, Face Masks and 9 Flights of Stairs

Mar 12 - DTRA, Civil Support Team helps prepare for nuclear incidents

Mar 10 - Elite NYPD Team Protects City From Dirty Bombs, Waterborne Threats

Mar 10 - Nuclear Device in NYC: New York National Guard ponders the unthinkable

Mar 8 - General Selva Tells HASC: Nuclear Deterrent is the Joint Force Modernization Priority

Mar 7 - Thumping 'thread' mimics heart's response to drugs -- DTRA supported research could help develop vaccines, therapeutics for military troops

Mar 7 - If you see the men in hazmat suits on Fantasy Harbor, don't be alarmed

Mar 7 - Death by Nerve Gas: Two Arrests, Many Questions in Attack in Malaysia

Mar 6 - Dominating the New High Ground: US Troops Using Wide Range of Counter-Drone 'Guns,' Jammers and More

Mar 6 - The Fantastic Voyage: "Submarines" Set Sail for New Drug Delivery

Mar 6 - Organs Made to Order for Testing New Countermeasures

Mar 6 - Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Paving a Path to Innovation

Mar 3 - S. Korea, U.S. hold training to counter N.K. weapons of mass destruction

Mar 2 - DoD's SIGMA Program Completes Testing of Ambulance-Mounted 'Dirty Bomb' Detectors

Feb 28 - Counter-Terror Chief: Expect Terrorist Drone Swarms 'Soon'

Feb 28 - Test blasts simulate a nuclear attack on a U.S. port

Feb 23 - CO National Guard Soldiers Partner With Jordanian Forces For Chemical Threat Exercise -- Training came about as a result of DTRA-Jordan relationship

Feb 23 - Antimicrobial substances identified in Komodo dragon blood

Feb 22 - New Biosensor Could Help Search For Nuclear Activity

Feb 22 - Organ-on-a-chip mimics heart's biomechanical properties -- Technology could aide development of therapeutics, vaccines

Feb 20 - US Navy Working to Improve Disease Surveillance in Cambodia

Feb 20 - Catalytic Conveyer Belt: A new method for controlled delivery of particles via fluid flow

Feb 16 - International Collaborations to Defend Against Biological Weapons: The UK/US Experience

Feb 16 - Clemson team partners with DTRA to develop nuclear-activity sensor

Feb 14 - Prestigious INFORM journal awards JIDO researcher -- Paper revisits Pearl Harbor to examine future national security crises 

Feb 14 - Iridium-192 theft a wake-up call

Feb 13 - DTRA's Defense Nuclear Weapons School prepping additional nuclear response classes

Feb 11 - US Defense Threat Reduction Agency working with Georgia's MIA Border Police, Coast Guard 

Feb 10 - DTRA honors DoD civilian with 50 years of service

Feb 10 - Nanotube growth moving in right direction -- DTRA may use for WMD detection, protection

Feb 9 - US's Defense Threat Reduction Agency will help Georgia modernize border

Feb 9 - Georgia's Ministry of Internal Affairs hosted delegation from Defense Threat Reduction Agency

Feb 8 - DOS, DTRA Lead Efforts Supporting Training for Emergency Response to Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Incidents

Feb 8 - U.S. Helps Improve CBRN Response Capabilities in Kenya

Feb 7 - Getting Smarter for New Warfighter Countermeasures

Feb 7 - Diagnoskeeter: Diagnosing Mosquito-Borne Viruses 'On the Fly'

Feb 3 - JIDO, SOCOM Organizing Contests to Counter Enemy Drones -- Challenges Are Focused on Smaller UAS Purchased Online or in Stores

Feb 1 - DTRA working with Sandia Labs in developing new medical field lab designs

Feb 1 - DTRA Helps Kenya Build CBRN Response Capability

Jan 17 - DTRA Leveraging Approved Drugs to Expand Biodefense AMR Countermeasure Arsenal

Jan 16 - DTRA Researcher Using Electricity, Not Molecules, to Switch Cells On and Off

Jan 13 - Recreating conditions inside stars with compact lasers -- DTRA research could have multiple applications

Jan 13 - BIOWARE FEARS: Scientists race to develop vaccine for the PLAGUE amid fears terrorists could use the Medieval disease to kill millions

Jan 13 - Is Anti-Drone Gun Taking Out ISIS Quadcopters in Mosul?

Jan 12 - Carter Receives First Sam Nunn National Security Leadership Award

Jan 11 - Ash Carter recognized with the Sam Nunn National Security Leadership Prize

Jan 11 - JSTO in the News: Joint Science and Technology Office stories for January 2017

Jan 10 - "We Must Never Accept the Use of Chemical Weapons Anywhere, Under Any Circumstances"

Jan 10 - Changing the Tide of Antibiotic-Resistant Infections

Jan 10 - Old Antibiotics, New Tricks to Combat Bio Agents

Jan 10 - And The Oscar Goes To "Organ-On-A-Chip" -- DTRA project to enhance chem/bio protection wins R&D 100 nod

Jan 9 - Hair, Toenail Clippings Could Detect Nuclear Smugglers

Jan 6 - DoD, DHS Conduct Large Scale Chemical Hazard Modeling Trials

Jan 5 - On-Demand Portable Biomolecular Manufacturing

Jan 5 - Grand Canyon rim-to-rim hikers provide data for study of health, performance

Jan 4 - The Drone Wars

Jan 3 - ISIL ramps up fight with weaponiseed drones

Jan 1 - ISIS plotting chemical attack on UK


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Dec 30 - The Electronic Ears That Listen to Secret Nuclear Tests

Dec 30 - The new "100% effective" Ebola vaccine owes a debt to the scientists who beat smallpox

Dec 29 - DTRA's "Smart" Uniforms Protect the Troops from Chem/Bio Threats

Dec 22 - Ebola Vaccine Highly Effective in Phase III Trials

Dec 22 - Police seize radioactive depleted uranium off two men in Thane

Dec 22 - 59th Chemical Company Soldiers train with New York City fire fighters

Dec 21 - Nano Therapeutics/Defense Department partner to protect troops from bio threats

Dec 21 - International Association of Fire Chiefs praises new anthrax vaccine law

Dec 19 - US troops don gas masks in WMD exercise near N. Korea border

Dec 16 - 25 years since it started, Nunn-Lugar program still "key to world safety" 

Dec 15 - UN Security Council underlines need to halt proliferation of weapons of mass destruction

Dec 14 - Predicting the Next Epidemic: Like Finding a Needle in a Haystack

Dec 14 - Just Add Water: On-Demand Biosynthesis Manufacturing is Here

Dec 14 - Philly-area hospital holds radiation detection, decontamination drill

Dec 14 - Modeling for Hairy Situations With Jack Rabbit II Trials

Dec 12 - Nunn-Lugar 25th Anniversary Shows Cooperative Security Worked -- 3,429 Soviet Nuclear Warheads Outside of Russia at End of USSR in 1991, None Blew Up

Dec 12 - "While the blanket is short, learn how to bend" -- A look at how the Philippine Army is steadily developing their CBRN capability

Dec 12 - Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Nunn-Lugar Cooperative Threat Reduction Program

Dec 12 - Science on the Hill: Bringing the power of genetic research to an office near you

Dec 12 - Nuclear Forensics: Role, State of the Art, Program Needs

Dec 10 - Indiana Senators Discuss Future of Nunn-Lugar Program

Dec 7 - Ambassador Holgate's Remarks at IAEA Conference on Nuclear Security

Dec 7 - Nuclear Security Wonks Gather in Vienna -- International Atomic Energy Agency Hosting 2nd Nuclear Security Conference

Dec 7 - U.S. Needs to Bolster Nuclear Arsenal and Missile Defense, Experts Say

Dec 7 - From bombs to bananas: A dose of radiation reality

Dec 5 - Nuke inspectors attend new standardized course at Defense Nuclear Weapons School

Dec 5 - Next Generation Chemical Detector Tested During Joint Services Training

Nov 29 - Iraqi Officials Find Strange Collection of Makeshift ISIS Drones

Nov 29 - Flu forecasts successful on neighborhood level -- DTRA-supported research could help predict, stop spread of biological weapons

Nov 28 - Chernobyl nuclear disaster site sealed with massive steel shield

Nov 28 - DTRA Researchers at UMD Crack the Code of a Deadly Virus

Nov 28 - DTRA observes USN Forward Deployable Preventive Medicine Unit during Operational Readiness Evaluation 

Nov 28 - DTRA officer  says combat vets motorcycle group provides camaraderie and a chance to give something back

Nov 27 - DTRA sponsors 6th Annual Biosafety Officer Symposium in Tbilisi

Nov 27 - DTRA helps celebrate 20th Anniversary of the National Center for Disease Control in Georgia

Nov 26 - US Amb. Kelly greets newest fellows for DTRA-sponsored Georgia Biosciences Fellowship Program

Nov 23 - Rapid Testing Crucial During Ebola Outbreaks

Nov 23 - US Congress Briefed On Russian Actic Nuclear Cleanup

Nov 21 - What Global Disease Threat Worries Public-Health Officials Most?

Nov 20 - DTRA officer at Kirtland Air Force Base drives cattle for a good cause

Nov 18 - Ground Collections Task Force Practices Nuclear Forensics Capabilities

Nov 17 - US says ISIS is using 'Mad Max'-style vehicle bombs in Iraq

Nov 17 - Great Falls remembers it veterans -- JIDO's Maj. Gen. Bentz says 'remember all who served'

Nov 16 - U.S. Develops 'Phaser' To Shoot Terrorist Drones Out Of The Sky

Nov 15 - Border Police of Georgia, US Embassy, DTRA inaugurate new border control facility

Nov 15 - Flu Vaccine's Effectiveness Can Be Improved, New Findings Suggest -- DTRA Researchers at UT Austin Discover New Antibodies

Nov 14 - Looking to a cloud to share data faster - DTRA working with Air Force, Army, Navy on program

Nov 13 - Montenegro hosts DTRA-supported, DTRA-executed exercise; 32 nations train on dealing with CBRN disasters

Nov 7 - U.S. Issues Counter-UAS (Unmanned Aerial System) Hard Kill Challenge

Nov 5 - DTRA-Backed Multiplex Molecular Flu Diagnostic Gains FDA Approval

Nov 5 - Nobel Prize Winner Part of Chem-Bio Defense Research Portfolio

Nov 5 - Sensors and Cameras May Help Defeat Improvised Threats

Nov 4 - Balancing Science with Security: Seeking a Stronger Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention

Nov 4 - Protecting our troops from disease: FDA approves early detection and diagnosis device

Nov 4 - DTRA employs Nobel Prize winning nanotechnologies to protect nation's warfighters

Nov 3 - U.S. Strategic Command welcomes Hyten as new commander

Nov 3 - MOVER puts tethered UAV onto tactical vehicle - System designed to find land mines, IEDs

Nov 3 - Has a new mutation in the Ebola virus made it deadlier?

Nov 3 - Gen. John Hyen assumes leadership of StratCom today - then he'll confront an array of unprecedented threats

Nov 2- Engineers design a new weapon against bacteria - DTRA-supported team at MIT says antimicrobial peptides can kill strains resistant to existing antibiotics

Nov 1 - Nuclear CSI: Noninvasive Procedure Could Identify Criminal Nuclear Activity

Nov 1 - DTRA officer drives cattle on breaks from teaching fire response

Oct 31 - New commandant takes the lead at DTRA's Defense Nuclear Weapons School

Oct 30 - Teenager's decision became a 42-year career in emergency management, nuclear decontamination

Oct 29 - DTRA/SCC-WMD, US Embassy celebrate opening of Command and Control Center on Georgia's border developed to improve border security, counterproliferation efforts

Oct 29 - PACOM, DTRA, US Embassy Inaugurate Vietnam Coast Guard Facility in Quang Nam - Partnership Geared Towards Improving Relations, Maritime Security

Oct 29 - US-funded Command and Control Center opens on Georgia-Armenia border

Oct 28 - Vietnam Coast Guard boat maintenance facility inaugurated in Quang Nam - US helped build facility to improve security

Oct 27 - Ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Georgian Border Police command and control center at Sadakhlo

Oct 26 - Georgia's Ag Minister, US Ambassador, Cooperative Threat Reduction Director meet on bio lab

Oct 25 - Making a Splash in New Research with Shark Antibodies

Oct 25 - The Rising Threat of Agroterrorism -- Why Biosecurity, Biosafetyand Biosurveillance Matters

Oct 25 - 'Trojan Horse' Antibody Attacks Ebola

Oct 25 - Shark antibodies for chemical, biological threat detection, treatment

Oct 25 - Turnkey Detection: Rapid Diagnostics in the Field

Oct 24 - Developing Shark Antibodies for Warfighter Protection -- DTRA, NRL look to detect. treat biothreats

Oct 24 - Georgia reopens Marnuelli lab; DTRA's CBEP supported upgrade

Oct 22 - Defense Nuclear Weapons School class teaches roles in nuclear response

Oct 21 - U.S., Armenia continue cooperation to prevent proliferation of weapons of mass destruction

Oct 20 - Inhaled Antibiotic Could Be Used as Broad-Spectrum Bioterrorism Countermeasure

Oct 20 - Ebola Flight: USAF's Air Mobility Command trains with DTRA's Transport Isolation System

Oct 20 - Navy to join Japan, S. Korea drill aimed at N. Korea shipping WMD

Oct 19 - Urgench (Uzbekistan) opens regional diagnostic lab with help from DTRA

Oct 19 - Ukraine kicks off command and staff exercise with SESU and DTRA

Oct 19 - DTRA and Navy Looking to Sharks for Warfighter Protection

Oct 18 - Khorezm Regional Diagnostic Laboratory opened in Urgench, Uzbekistan, with support of DTRA

Oct 17 - The Apps They Carried: SOftware, Big Data, and the Fight for Mosul -- How JIDO's Digital Tools Help the Warfighter

Oct 13 - DTRA supporting research on pre-exposure nerve agent antidote

Oct 13 - DoD to Study Omadacycline as Countermeasure for Plague, Anthrax

Oct 13 - Study finds DTRA-backed Ebola treatment ZMapp holds promise, although results not definitive

Oct 12 - Pentagon Urgently Pushing Anti-Drone Tech to ISIS Fight

Oct 12 - Department of Defense continues commitment to Global Health Security Agenda; cites work done by AFHSB, DTRA, CBEP

Oct 11 - Pentagon Confronts a New Threat From ISIS: Exploding Drones

Oct 5 - DTRA researcher one of three scientists who created nano-sized machines to win Nobel Prize in chemistry

Oct 5 - VIDEO: The Nobel Prize in Chemistry: Molecular Machines, Explained

Oct 4 - Secretary of Defense hosts 36th Annual Disability Awards Ceremony; DTRA employee one of only 18 awarded

Oct 4 - Searching for Ebola: Where is it hiding and when will it be back?

Oct 4 - Special Report: On Alert - "Manning" Underground Nuclear Weapons

Oct 3 - Improvised Threats Organization Becomes Part of Defense Threat Reduction Agency

Oct 3 - DTRA-Backed Ebola Vaccine Moves Closer to Being Licensed

Sep 30 - Joint Improvised-Threat Defeat Agency joins DTRA/SCC-WMD as the Joint Improvised-Threat Defeat Organization

Sep 29 - World's First Ebola Vaccine Closer to Being Licensed

Sep 29 - Futuristic 'Smart' Uniforms to Protect Nation's Troops

Sep 29 - DTRA provides 3 mobile labs to Ukraine for rapid bacteriological tests in the field

Sep 29 - Policing Chemical and Biological Threats Through Synthetic Biology

Sep 29 - Conquering Viral Threats: New Protein Design for Countermeasures

Sep 26 - Carter: DoD Will Rebuild, Sustain its Nuclear Deterrence Enterprise

Sep 26 - Carter: Nuclear Triad 'Bedrock of Our Security'

Sep 26 - Singapore hosts WMD counterproliferation exercise Deep Sabre 2016

Sep 26 - Turning particle detectors into weapons detectors: Particle physics could solve problems with nuclear weapons disarmament

Sep 25 - Defense Threat Reduction Agency maintains 50-year Norway connection

Sep 22 - To produce biopharmaceuticals on demand, just add water: Pellets could give soldiers a backpack pharmacy

Sep 21 - DTRA/SCC-WMD Hosts the 15th Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction Global Synchronization Conference

Sep 21 - JIDA challenge aims to counter enemy IED in culverts

Sep 15 - Defense Nuclear Weapons School EOD has a history of excellence back to its founder

Sep 14 - Army Researchers Work to Rapidly Identify Biological Threats in Food, Water

Sep 14 - Agencies plan, prepare for 'worst day' with Malmstrom Air Force Base

Sep 13 - DTRA instructors from KAFB teach first responders in Georgia

Sep 13 - As ISIS closed in, US & European allied raced to remove chemical-weapon precursors in Libya 

Sep 13 - DNWS EOD teaches how to identify WMD threats

Sep 9 - New 'Trojan Horse' Antibody Strategy Shows Promise Against All Ebola Viruses

Sep 8 - New Edgewood Chemical Biological Center research and technology director driven by desire to contribute

Sep 8 - DTRA Europe director mentors Foreign Area Officers

Sep 7 - Scientists help solve 37-year-old anthrax mystery

Sep 7 - Defense Nuclear Weapons School's Nuclear Incident Response Course Hosted at Dobbins ARB

Sep 7 - DTRA works with University of Florida on 8th World Melioidosis Congress

Sep 6 - Military Health Leaders Say That DoD's Investment in Global Health Engagement Continues to Grow 

Sep 1 - U.S. Army's Edgewood Chemical Biological Center tests use of drones to detect battlefield threats for DTRA

Aug 31 - Royal Navy helps destroy last of Libyan chemical weapon stockpile to keep it from Islamic State

Aug 30 - NNSA Announces Elimination of Highly Enriched Uranium (HEU) from Indonesia -- All of Southeast Asia Now HEU-Free

Aug 29 - Happy Anniversary, Kazakhstan: 25 Years of Reducing WMD Threats

Aug 24 - Coast Guard warns about the danger of discarded munitions; WWI-era mustard gas still a hazard to commerical fishermen

Aug 23 - DTRA's CBEP, Royal Scientific Society of Jordan co-host conference on infectious diseases

Aug 20 - D.A. Henderson, 'disease detective' who eradicated smallpox, dies at 87

Aug 20 - 8 people ill after exposure to sick pigs at Michigan fairs

Aug 19 - Soviet Anthrax Mishap Could Have Been Worse

Aug 17 - Study: Malaria Parasite Improves Odds of Surviving Ebola

Aug 17 - Ask an Expert: Senator Richard Lugar on Cooperative Threat Reduction

Aug 16 - Rock; Paper; Zika: Paper Wins as New Detection Tool 

Aug 16 - Mosquitoes take on rabbit fever and win - Scientists say insect's biodefenses could help humans

Aug 16 - Tiny Technologies Combat Nerve Agents

Aug 16 - DTRA Mentors Next Generation of DoD Scientists

Aug 12 - Scientists find de-icing agent remains stable at more than a million atmospheres of pressure

Aug 11 - Scientists protect mice from gamma radiation with "Conan the Bacterium"

Aug 9 - Nuclear/Biological/Chemical Weapons: Zombie Reindeed Attack With Anthrax

Aug 9 - 1967 solar storm nearly took US to brink of war

Aug 4 - NPS students work with Lab researchers on DTRA-funded projects

Aug 3 - 'Second skin' uniform protects soldiers from biological and chemical agents in the field

Aug 2 - This temporary tattoo could save your life: Mini sensor electrochemically detects what is in your sweat

Jul 29 - US & UK Successfully Demonstrate Nuclear Forensics Capabilities

Jul 27 - The CREATIVE Decontamination System Performance Model

Jul 26 - U.S. DoD Funds $1.5M PITT Study to Identify and Destroy Hazardous Chemicals

Jul 25 - Defeating Deadly Attacks to the Central Nervous System

Jul 25 - Decon Study Uses CREATIVE Methods to Mitigate Evolving Chem-Bio Warfare Distribution

Jul 25 - Early Successes of DTRA's Blood-Brain Barrier Program Suggest New Countermeasures

Jul 22 - Nothing will 'quickly or easily' stop Islamic State bombings in Baghdad, U.S. military warns

Jul 22 - Digital Detection: ECBC Researchers Explore Pathogen Detection through Open Source Website

Jul 20 - Researchers develop a 'physical cryptography' for secure and accurate accounting of the world's nuclear arsenals

Jul 14 - DoD Experts Tell Congress Nuclear Modernization Efforts 'Crucial'

Jul 14 - ECBC Team Slashes Time, Cost of Getting Better Decontamination Solution to Warfighters

Jul 13 - Surprise nuclear strike? Here's how we'll figure out who did it

Jul 13 - USA invests $9.8 million in construction of Armenian Healthcare Ministry's National Center for Disease Control and Prevention

Jul 12 - Pentagon will provide new assistance to Iraq after Baghdad bombings

Jul 12 - Doomed To Cooperate - Russia, The U.S. And Nuclear Weapons After The End Of The Soviet Union

Jul 11 - Rear Adm. Scott Jerabek named DTRA Deputy Director

Jul 9 - WHITE HOUSE FACT SHEET: U.S. Contributions to Enhancing Allied Resilience

Jul 7 - Armed drones used by Islamic state posing new threats in Iraq

Jul 7 - Congress talks port security and smuggled nukes

Jul 7 - Letting the Catalyst out of the Bag: Leveraging Interagency Efforts

Jul 7 - Agent X Still a Threat to Warfighters

Jul 7 - Networking Across Continents for New Melioidosis Countermeasures

Jul 5 - In the air, on the water, underground: 9th CST radiation drills push the limits

Jul 5 - Spongy electronic 'nose' can sniff out nerve gas and pesticides

Jul 4 - UCF researcher studies chemical weapons in his lab

Jul 4 - Pacific Ocean radiation back near normal after Fukushima: study

Jul 4 - Engineers design programmable RNA vaccines: Tests in mice show the vaccines work against Ebola, influenza, and a common parasite

Jul 1 - What's your poison? Researcher engineer toxing to deliver drugs to specific cells

Jun 30 - Wireless, wearable toxic-gas detector: Inexpensive sensors could be worn by soldiers to detect hazardous chemical agents

Jun 29 - DTRA receives prestigious DoD Engineering Achievement Award for work in nuclear forensics

Jun 29 - Quick, early test for Ebola could prevent epidemics

Jun 29 - Lightning lab: Recreating nature's big show to test safety of nuclear weapons

Jun 28 - Nuclear Radiation Detector Wins Coveted Prize for UMKC Professor and Team

Jun 28 - Cooperation of U.S., Russian scientists helped avoid nuclear catastrophe at Cold War's end, Stanford scholar says

Jun 28 - Researchers working on sensor that could help keep nation safe

Jun 28 - Opening Remarks to the 3rd Plenary Meeting of the International Partnership for Nuclear Disarmament Verification

Jun 27 - U.S. Government Trains Sri Lankan Officials on Counterproliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction

Jun 27 - US, Japan, S. Korea conducting first joint ballistic missile defense drill

Jun 27 - Anthrax capsule vaccine completely protects monkeys from lethal inhalation anthrax

Jun 24 - WWI Centennial: Somme Bombardment Begins, German Unleash Phosgene Gas at Verdun

Jun 24 - Towards the development of a sustainable scientific research culture in Azerbaijan

Jun 23 - U.S. and Armenia Work Together to Prevent Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction

Jun 23 - Scanner more rapidly and accurately identify radioactive materials at U.S. borders, events

Jun 22 - New and Evolving CBRNe Threats Facing the Post-9/11 Generation

Jun 15 - Program maintains nukes to deter war

Jun 13 - Researchers study combustion behavior of chemical weapons

Jun 13 - U.S. Statement to the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization's PrepCom 20th Anniversary Ministerial Meeting

Jun 9 - Scientists design energy-carrying particles called 'topological plexcitons'

Jun 6 - Walking and talking behaviors may help predict epidemics and trends

Jun 1 - Hacking 4 Defense Project Wraps Up JIDA Challenge

May 26 - Here's how the Marines are training to deal with dirty bombs

May 24 - 'Skin in the Game' with the Individual Protection System Performance Model

May 24 - Big Data to Forecast Threats Before They Happen

May 24 - Advancements in Laser Research Lead to Better Stand-off Detection for the Warfighter and Nation

May 16 - From outer space to inside the human body: a look at UofL's nanotech center

May 16 - Nunn, Lugar saw beyond Cold War

May 13 - Experiment aims to advance nuclear monitoring

May 10 - Cooperative Threat Reduction Program - You want to do WHAT for the Soviet Union?

May 10 - Aston Carter: Cooperative Threat Reduction Program Continues Through DTRA

May 9 - DTRA Grant Supports Research for Nuclear Site Inspection

May 9 - Nunn-Lugar: 25 Years of Cooperative Threat Reduction

May 9 - Carter: Threat-Reduction Program Was Novel Response to Historic Change

May 3 - Biosafety Lab in Marneuli Receives ISO Rating

May 2 - Mobile Mapping App Capturing Bat Data in Africa for Biosurveillance Training

Apr 29 - Ebola Virus Genome Provides Clues to Repeated Disease 'Flare-Ups' in Western Africa

Apr 29 - Walking the Runway: Modeling New Trajectory Patterns of Chemical Agents

Apr 29 - Lethal Weapon 24: Fighting Ebola with Human Antibodies

Apr 29 - Reduced evolutionary rate in reemerged Ebola virus transmission chains

Apr 27 - Armenia upgrades lab in Tavush with help from CTR's Cooperative Biological Engagement Program

Apr 27 - NNSA Conducts Fifth Experiment Aimed to Improve U.S. Ability to Detect Foreign Nuclear Explosions

Apr 27 - Russian inspection team observes 3ID Soldiers training in Bulgaria

Apr 26 - Tiny Plastic Lung Mimics Human Pulmonary Function

Apr 26 - UMD researchers develop laser technique for radiation detection

Apr 24 - T-1 training area in Nevada to train European police officers for dirty bombs

Apr 22 - Police ready for bio-chemical response after US training

Apr 21 - NTVTonight reports on DTRA-led CBRN training in Kenya

Apr 21 - NUWAIX exercise wraps up

Apr 19 - Kings Bay to conduct nuclear drill

Apr 18 - Georgia detains six it says were trying to sell uranium

Apr 15 - U.S. Embassy and Armenian Ministry of Health Celebrate Opening of Tavush Regional Laboratory of National Center of Disease Control and Prevention

Apr 14 - DTRA representative discusses counterproliferation with Young Diplomat's Club

Apr 13 - Minister of Internal Affairs and US Ambassador Laid Foundation of Cynology Center of Border Police

Apr 13 - Real Time, Precise and More Accurate Detectors to Bolster Nuclear Security

Apr 12 - Japan prepares for release if tritium from Fukushima plant

Apr 11 - Ambassador Kelly and Minister of Internal Affairs Mghebrishvili break ground on Georgia Land Border Project

Apr 11 - Mammoth Milestones for Synthetic Biology

Apr 8 - What's Your Vector Victor? Baiting Mosquitoes for Smarter Vector Surveillance

Apr 8 - Defense Nuclear Weapons School reservists educate 1st responders on nuke attacks

Apr 7 - DTRA-supported UC Irvine study finds safer stem cell-derived therapy for brain radiation recovery

Apr 7 - A Cocktail of Biology: Shakin' up the Space with Synthetic Ingredients

Apr 6 - Armenia National Center for Disease Control and Prevention open Tavush regional Laboratory

Apr 5 - Radioactive wild boar contaminated by Fukushima causing havoc in Japanese communities

Apr 4 - New metallic glass bounces: The secret is to make it almost -but not quite- unstructured

Apr 1 - U.S. Commandos Trained to Stop Terrorists With 'Dirty Bombs'

Mar 31 - Delegations of Ukraine, U.S. discuss final stage of solid rocket propellant elimination from SS-24 ICBMs

Mar 29 - Mapping the Global Health Security Agenda

Mar 29 - Protecting soldiers from emerging infectious diseases

Mar 28 - The Army's New Chemical Defense Testing Lab

Mar 24 - Chinese nuclear security center opens with help from Sandia Labs

Mar 24 - DTRA/SCC-WMD/SJFHQ-E Releases Strategic Plan for 2016-2020

Mar 22 - DTRA and other DoD ELDP students take on water obstacles

Mar 22 - New crystal is four times more sensitive to X-rays

Mar 21 - NHRC Partners with DTRA to Protect Warfighters from Emerging Infectious Diseases

Mar 18 - The Soviet Union Falls, International Biosurveillance Rises: DTRA's Cooperative Biological Engagement Program

Mar 17 - Mobile isolation unit for highly contagious fits Air Force cargo planes

Mar 17 - DTRA/SCC-WMD Exec. Dir. among women leaders in "Working to Form a More Perfect Union" discussion at McNamara HQ Complex

Mar 13 - 16 US ships that aided in Operation Tomodachi still contaminated with radiation

Mar 11 - Surprise nuclear strike? Here's how we'll figure out who did it

Mar 10 - DTRA Program Helps Nations Tackle Biological Threats

Mar 4 - DTRA/SCC-WMD Leadership Changing Hands

Mar 3 - HANEY: Whole of Government Approach is Imperative to Counter Weapons of Mass Destruction

Mar 1 - BEVERSTOCK: An International Approach is Essential to Counter Weapons of Mass Destruction

Mar 1 - 14th Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Global Sync Conference

Feb 29 - DTRA Scientists Develop Cloud-Based Biosurveillance Ecosystem

Feb 29 - Successful human trials give hope for Ebola countermeasures

Feb 25 - New trigger for self-powered mechanical movement

Feb 19 - LTG Shields Speech as prepared for the JIDA Joint Lab Board

Feb 11 - [VIDEO] DTRA/SCC-WMD Director testifies before HASC Emerging Threats and Capabilities Subcommittee 

Feb 10 - DTRA/SCC-WMD Director testifies before HASC Subcommittee

Feb 5 - Early Warning: Brought to you by the DoD Chem-Bio Defense Program

Feb 4 - Computer-designed protein protects against flu in mice - Engineered molecule may hail new class of antivirals

Feb 3 - DoD Chemical-Biological Program has a Global Mission

Feb 2 - Toxicant penetration and scavenging study key to effective ion channels blocking therapies

Feb 2 - JIDA To Become JIDO Under Defense Threat Reduction Agency

Feb 1 - Precious Metals for Biological Defense

Feb 1 - 
Department Realigns Counter-IED Capabilities

Jan 28 - Rise of the Bugs, and DoD the Biosurveillance Enterprise

Jan 28 - Natick scientists collaborating to create 'second-skin' protection

Jan 27 - Sensing the future of molecule detection and bioproduction

Jan 27 - US Defense Threat Reduction Agency Director Visits Kenya Medical Research Institute

Jan 26 - New surface could streamline medical tests

Jan 26 - Russian inspection team observes US training, capabilities

Jan 21 - Antibodies may be 'silver bullet' for Ebola viruses

Jan 21 - Researchers may hold key to developing a single treatment against several types of Ebola

Jan 20 - Ebola Cure Found? Gavi, Merck Sign $5 Million Deal For Experimental Vaccine Days After New Case Emerges

Jan 19 - Experimental Immunotherapy Zaps Two Most Lethal Ebola Virus Strains

Jan 11- DTRA deputy observes interpreter training


Jan 11 - START team visits Vandenberg

Jan 6 - Global Disease Detection Stories: Open Borders, Safe Borders—Thailand Keeps Watch for Outbreaks

Jan 6 - DoD Continues Mobile Laboratory Support in West Africa

Jan 1 - Joint Chiefs Vice Chairman Phones ICBM Crews on New Year's Eve
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Dec 30 - Resistance is futile: DTRA working on therapies to defeat antimicrobial resistance, reduce threat

Dec 29 - Guinea, ground zero of the Ebola outbreak, is now free of the deadly disease

Dec 22 - How Earthquake Scientists in Missouri Stumbled On Military Blasts in Iraq

Dec 7 - New Clues for Battling Botulism

Dec 2 - U.S. Embassy hosts "One Health" master class workshop for Armenian medical, scientific experts

Nov 24 - ECBC Scientists Gain Insight Directly from Warfighters

Nov 10 - Sierra Leone is free of Ebola, 18 months and 4,000 deaths after outbreak

Nov 9 - Latest Discovery Could Enhance Development of Portable Particle Accelerators

Nov 6 - US Supports Regional Disease Surveillance Group

Nov 6 - Nanoparticle Delivery Maximizes Drug Defense Against Bioterrorism Agent

Nov 4 - US Supports Regional Efforts to Raise Awareness on African Swine Fever

Oct 30 - Scientists Demonstrate a Way to Reduce the Ability of Ebola Virus to Exit a Host Cell and Spread

Oct 29 - Workforce Recruitment Program Marks 20th Anniversary

Oct 28 - DTRA assists in the Development of Technology to Help Protect the Warfighter

Oct 23 - Some antibiotics work by stressing bacteria out (metabolically)

Oct 22 - DTRA wins Commander’s Cup title

Oct 9 - Secretary of the Air Force Visits the Defense Threat Reduction Agency

Oct 1 - Defense Threat Reduction Agency training in Ukraine

Sept 29 - Survivors of Ebola Outbreak Take Part in Vanderbilt Vaccine Research

Sept 25 - DTRA/SCC Participates in “Ukraine 15” Consequence Management Exercise

Sept 24 - Watch Live at 2:45 p.m. EDT: Carter, Ukrainian Defense Minister Conduct News Conference 

Sept 17 - Armed Forces of the Philippines receives equipment against chemical warfare from US

Sept 15 - DHS Participates in Successful Demonstration of DTRA's New Nuclear Forensics Capability

Sept 14 - Reservists prep first responders for Pope's visit

Sept 4 - DTRA/SCC-WMD Deputy Director Joins Prime Minister of Georgia at Vessel Commissioning

Sept 3 - DTRA/SCC-WMD hosts the 13th Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Global Synchronization Conference

Sept 1 - MIGHTY SABER Technology Demonstration of Post-Detonation Technical Nuclear Forensics Capabilities

Aug 31 - DTRA/SCC-WMD Builds Philippines CBRN Response Capability

Aug 24 - Mobility Airmen Recover Radiological Material from Mexico

Aug 19 - DTRA Mentors the Nation’s Next Generation of Scientists at Annual STEM Event

Aug 17 - McChord Civic Leaders visit DNWS at Kirtland AFB

Aug 14 - Senegal Still Vigilant Against Ebola

Aug 11 - 2015 Judith C. Gilliom Outstanding Workforce Recruitment Program Award Recipients

Aug 6 - Researchers strategise to outsmart bacteria

Jul 31- The Lancet - Ebola Vaccine Trial

Jul 31 - WHO: Trials show new Ebola vaccine is 'highly effective'

Jul 28 - NNSA recovers radiological material from Mexico

Jul 27 - 6-year Anniversary for Director Myers

Jul 23 - Dangerous Mission: Destroying Chemical Weapons at Sea

Jul 14 - 2015 NAACP Roy Wilkins Renown Service Award - Ms. Donald 

Jun 30 - Beware animal diseases as biological weapons, health experts say

Jun 25 - Army Test Fabric for New Warfighter Uniforms

Jun 25 - New protein design research could deter chemical, biological attacks

Jun 22 - Ambassador Norland meets with DTRO staff at training event in Batumi

Jun 19 - Logistics in Support of Operation United Assistance: Teamwork, Transition and Lessons Learned

Jun 17 - Disposal of effluents from neutralized Syrian chemical weapons completed

Jun 11 - Laboratory's role in underground explosives test will help nation's detection capabilities

Jun 10 - Rice researchers make ultrasensitive conductivity measurements: Photonic platform could provide 'optical signatures' for molecular electronics

Jun 8 - ATHENA: Human Organ Simulator - DTRA partners with Los Alamos National Laboratory in developing cutting edge medical countermeasures technology

Jun 4 - Zoloft as Ebola cure? NIH researchers see promise in drugs already on market

May 20 - Experimental Ebola treatment boosts survival in mice

May 18 - DoD Exercise Simulates Home-grown Terrorists, Nuclear Incident

May 13 - Defense Threat Reduction Agency Completes NUWAIX 15

Apr 30 - US Ambassador Helps Open National Coast Watch Center to Enhance Philippine Maritime Domain Awareness

Apr 28 - DTRA/SCC-WMD Dir. Ken Myers discusses Nuclear Enterprise Support Directorate on Fed News Radio

Apr 15 - "Body on a Chip" Project Update: Video of Mini Hearts and Livers

Mar 11 - Army researching uniforms that automatically decontaminate

Feb 27 - U.S. Added Speed, Scale to West Africa Ebola Fight

Feb 17 - Defence researches seek 'Homo-chippens'

Feb 13 - For more than a decade, DTRA has been working on Ebola countermeasures

Feb 11 - Gator Blood Contains Naturally Strong Germ Fighters

Feb 10 - White House: Progress in Our Ebola Response at Home and Abroad

Feb 3 - Inauguration of the Vietnam Emergency Operations Center

Feb 2 - Air Force getting 25 Isolation Units for Contagious Patients

Feb 2 - Nanoparticles transforming medication delivery

Jan 27 - Nanoparticles transforming medication delivery

Jan 26 - TRANSCOM System Brings DoD New Capability to Move Patients

Jan 23 - U.S. Transcom unveils Ebola isolation units for cargo planes

Jan 22 - Drug Delivery Innovation: Breaking Through the Blood Brain Barrier

Jan 20 - Study of Experimental Ebola Drug ZMapp Could Start Next Month

Jan 8 New approach may lead to inhalable vaccines for infuenza, pneumonia

 

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Dec 22 - DTRA Experts Scan World Horizons for Biothreats

Dec 12 - DTRA Medical Countermeasures Help West African Ebola Crisis

Dec 9 - Two Robots, One Challenge, Endless Possibility

Dec 08 - DoD Threat Reduction Agency Builds Anti-Ebola Capacity

Nov 12 - DTRA, SCC-WMD and SJFHQ-E Receive Joint Meritorious Unit Awards

Nov 10 - Ebola Response Hospital Opens in Liberia

Nov 4 - Army Scientists Make Ebola Vaccine Advances

Nov 3 - We have military research to thank for Ebola vaccines

Nov 3 - Rockets 'destroy chemical weapons'

Oct 31 - Closing In On An Ebola Vaccine

Oct 31 - DTRA Solutions to Counter Ebola Outbreak

Oct 28 - The world relies on this one U.S. company to fly Ebola patients

Oct 26 - Pentagon builds units to transport Ebola patients

Oct 16 - U.S. Military Stands Up Labs, Hospital in Liberia

Oct 16 - Pentagon Spokesman Notes Operation United Assistance Progress

Oct 16 - US Support to Ghana for Ebola Preparedness

Oct 10 - Remarks at a Ukrainian State Border Guard Service (SBGS) base in Kyiv

Oct 9 - AMC civilians essential part of Syrian chemical weapons disposal

Oct 9 - Cyborg Bacteria Can defeat Bioterrorism

Oct 8 - DoD Medical Countermeasures Find Use in Ebola Outbreak

Oct 6 - Potential Ebola vaccines studied by DoD agencies

Oct 6 - Ebola drugs are in the works

Oct 5 - Pentagon official who headed Syria chemical weapons removal to help combat Ebola outbreak

Sep 27 - DTRA/SCC-WMD Director joins U.S. Ambassador at Ribbon Cutting for A Public Health Research Laboratory in Kazakhstan

Sep 26 - Simulations Provided Early Alert to Deadly Potential of Ebola

Sep 22 - Years of Preparation Pay Off with Ebola Diagnostic

Sep 18 - Portsmouth-based Cape Ray back from Syria mission

Sep 15 - Armed With Science: I See Your Smart Phone and Raise You Smart Bacteria

Sep 15 - With Bio-Threats on the Rise, US Focuses on Global Cooperation, Rapid Detection in Wake of BioWatch Gen-3 Demise

Sep 10 - Germany begins incinerating Syria's chemical weapons previously neutralized aboard the MV Cape Ray

Aug 20 - MV Cape Ray Signals DTRA 'Mission Complete'

Aug 19 -Hagel Congratulates Cape Ray for Syria Mission

Aug 18 - Statement by the President on the Completion by the M/V Cape Ray of the Destruction of Syria’s Declared Chemical Weapons

Aug 18 - Aberdeen Proving Ground team completes destruction of Syrian chemical weapons

Aug 18 - The Cape Ray Signals Mission Complete: Syrian Chemical Weapons Destroyed

Aug 15 - Neutron Detector Named Among Top 100 Technologies of the Year

Aug 12 - 75 Percent of Syria Chemical Materials Reported Destroyed

Aug 7 - Almost Three Quarters of Syria's Entire Stockpile Now Destroyed

Aug 7 - Army shows ABC7 new chemical defense lab at Aberdeen

Aug 6 - 60% of Syria's known chemical weapons neutralized

Jul 25 - 25 percent of Syrian chemical weapons neutralized

Jul 18 - 15 percent of Syrian Sarin chemicals destroyed

Jul 18 - Cape Ray Continues Neutralizing Syrian Chemical Materials

Jul 15 - Syrian Chemicals headed for Cheshire after UK arrival

Jul 7 - Cape Ray Begins Neutralizing Syrian Chemical Materials

Jul 3 - Transfer of Syrian Chemicals to Cape Ray is Complete

Jul 1 - Cape Ray Arrives in Italy to Receive Syrian Chemicals

June 25 - Cape Ray Leaves Spain to Receive Syrian Materials

June 23 - Hagel Notes Milestone in Ending Syria’s Chemical Weapons Program

Feb 24 - DTRA/SCC-WMD and Centers for Disesase Control Formalize Cooperation on Biosecurity Efforts

Feb 13 - Cape Ray Arrives in Spain to Await Syrian Chemical Mission

Feb 4 - Seisim Test Draft Environmental Assessment Finds Little To No Impact Near Former Teton Dam Site

Jan 28 - Cape Ray Leaves for Syria Mission

Jan 13 - Cape Ray Conducts Final Sea Trials for Syria Mission

Jan 3 - Army to Destroy Syrian Chemical Weapons Aboard Ship

 

Click here to expand contentClick here to collapse content  2013
  • Standing Joint Force Headquarters for Elimination (SJFHQ-E) leverages the capabilities of DTRA/SCC-WMD to counter and eliminate WMD threats.  Department of Defense  6/19 Read
  • DTRA’s Defense Nuclear Weapons School (DNWS) hosts Nuclear Weapons Accident/Incident Response Training (NWIRT).  DTRA/SCC-WMD  6/19 Read
  • U.S. and Russia sign new framework on cooperative threat reduction.  whitehouse.gov  6/18 Read
  • DTRA/SCC-WMD Supports Ardent Sentry 13.  DTRA/SCC-WMD  6/10 Read
  • DTRA Chem Bio department develops "Second Skin" to protect warfighters. www.afcea.org 5/30 Read
  • DTRA to participate in Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Biosurveillance Symposium.  Knowledge Foundation  5/22 Read
  • DTRA Supports NUWAIX 13.  DTRA/SCC-WMD  5/21 Read
  • DTRA Hosts National Coast Watch System Tabletop Exercise in Manila. U.S. Embassy in Manila, Philippines, 5/17 Read
  • DTRA personnel escort Russian military inspectors on Open Skies Treaty observation flight. en.ria.ru  5/19 Read
  • DTRA Director, Azerbaijan Ambassador Discuss Defense Cooperation. American Forces Press Service 4/17 Read
  • Can Repurposed Cancer Drugs Counter Bioterror Threats? Newswire 4/3  Read
  • Team CBRNE leverages technology to advance, protect warfighters. U.S. Army 3/29 Read
  • Backpack-Sized Mini-mapper Captures Intel in Tight Spots. Johns Hopkins University 3/26 Read
  • DTRA helps fund world's largest flexible X-ray detector. Arizona State University 3/21 Read
  • Under Secretary of the Army Joseph W. Westphal visits DTRA. U.S. Army 3/20 Read
  • Members of DTRA escort international group of chemical weapon inspectors at Blue Grass Army DepotThe Richmond Register (KY) 3/15 Read
  • DTRA introduces social behavior modeling system to make disaster response more efficient. Joint Task Force Civil Support/DVIDS 3/7 Read
  • Next Generation of Smartphone Technology Capable of Diagnostic Biological Detection. U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center 2/22 Read
  • Future Soldiers will have flexible electronics everywhere. U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command, 2/19 Read
  • Senior Enlisted Leaders speak at the AFDW Chief Orientation Seminar. Air Force District of Washington 2/8 Read
  • Regional Cooperation Crucial against Transnational Threats, Ugandan & U.S. Officials Say at East Africa Workshop. Africa Center for Strategic Studies, 1/30 Read
  • Deputy Defense Secretary Honors DTRA for its fourth Joint Meritorious Unit Award. American Forces Press Service, 1/26 Read
  • Livermore researchers developing snakeskin-like 'smart' uniforms. San Jose Mercury News, 1/25 Read
  • ACSS to Hold Workshop in Uganda to Examine Transnational Threats. Regional Cooperation Africa Center for Strategic Studies 1/25 Read
  • Sandia airborne pods seek to trace nuclear bomb’s origins. Sandia National Laboratories, 1/9 Read

 

Click here to expand contentClick here to collapse content  2012
  • Do you have what it takes to solve the DTRA Algorithm Challenge? Identify Organisms from a Stream of DNA Sequences. InnoCentive, 12/28 Read
  • How to win the nuclear surety ‘Super Bowl’: Preparing for a nuclear surety inspection. F.E. Warren Air Force Base, 12/28 Read
  • DTRA CB trailer helps storm baby arrive during Hurricane Sandy.  DTRA Chemical and Biological Technologies Department, 12/21 Read
  • DTRA Announces $1 Million Algorithm Challenge. Defense Threat Reduction Agency, 12/13 Read
  • Grains Gang Up to Bear Brunt of Missile and Meteorite Impacts.  Duke Today, 12/10 Read
  • SEAS professors receive grant to research power outages. Columbia Spectator, 12/4 Read
  • U.S. Agency Conducts First Senior Executive Seminar to Facilitate Development of the Philippines’ National Coast Watch System. U.S. Embassy in Manila, Philippines, 9/12 Read

 


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