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Upcoming Webinars

Send Alerts and Save Lives With IPAWS

This presentation will provide an overview of FEMA’s Integrated Public Alert & Warning System (IPAWS) and how IPAWS can be used by government agencies to…

Vulnerabilities to Food Security: Impacts on Military Readiness and National Security

The Food and Agriculture (FA) sector is designated as one of the 16 critical infrastructures that contribute to our economic stability and security.  Vulnerabilities to…

Past Webinars

New Energy Sources: Clean and Economic Hydrogen Production From Subsurface

While fossil fuels have powered society for more than 150 years, they are criticized for carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and concomitant global warming concerns. Clean…

Master State Awareness Estimator (MSE) for Cyber-Physical Substation Protection

Idaho National Laboratory performed research and development efforts associated with the first primary recommendation from a U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Electricity workshop—the MSE….

Military-Civilian Medical Surge Response: Why It Is More Critical Than Ever

Over the last several years, disasters, infectious disease outbreaks, and threats from foreign near-peer adversaries have demonstrated the need to improve the military-civilian medical surge…

Advanced Electromagnetic Induction Systems

This presentation will discuss advanced electromagnetic induction (EMI) sensing systems and models that have been developed over two decades for the detection and identification of…

Contactless: The Next Generation of Fingerprint Capture Technology

Fingerprints are the human barcode. Cameras on smartphones are advanced enough to collect fingerprints without physical contact, creating new opportunities for defense forces. Now, every…

Nanotechnology in Combat Casualty Care: State of the Art and Emerging Trends

For over two decades, the government has invested heavily in nanotechnology research, and the broad applicability of advances in the field holds great promise to…