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Upcoming Webinars

Taking Exercise Conditioning Past Conventional Boundaries

Physical performance capacity is critical to the Warfighter to be able to carry out the mission.  Competitive sports have pushed for improvements in conditioning throughout…

Past Webinars

A digitally colorized scanning electron micrograph depicts numerous filamentous Ebola virus particles in green, budding from a chronically infected VERO E6 cell in orange at 25,000X magnification. (Courtesy of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases/Released)

Biosurveillance

This webinar focuses on available biosurveillance data and data sources, preparation, and attributes. The recent Ebola outbreak in West Africa is one example of using…

Current High Throughput Cytogenetic Techniques for Radiation Biodosimetry

Ionizing radiation is considered a potent carcinogen. Therefore, determining absorbed radiation dose in humans, due to either occupational or accidental exposure, is critical for health…

Applying Risk and Crisis Communication Principles to HDIAC Focus Areas

Although governments are conducting research on technical approaches regarding emerging infectious diseases, especially those that could morph into bioterrorism, developing response plans and procedures, and…

Advancements in Solar Photovoltaics

Articles containing the words CadTel, CIGS, Dye Sensitized, Tandems, Nanostructures, and Perovskites often appear in tech news outlets announcing a breakthrough from solar cell companies….

A white chrysanthemum (left) compared with a ZnO nanoflower developed by ultrasonication method (right). (Released)

Nanotechnology and Society: Philosophical, Religious, and Cultural Aspects

Nanotechnology is the manipulation of matter on a scale of 1 to 100 nanometers. Modern science has given us the ability to influence individual atoms…

Identifying Priorities for R&D in Biometric Technologies

Biometrics is the automated method of identifying or verifying an individual based on physiological or behavioral characteristics. This webinar takes a deeper look into defining…