Science for Peace and Security
SPS - Multi-year activities
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Recent SPS Events
Exploring cutting-edge technologies for detecting suicide bombers
03 Dec. 2013
Experts from the NATO-Russia Council (NRC)-NATO Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme examined technologies which could form part of a follow-on project to the successful NRC-SPS-sponsored STANDEX (stand-off detection of explosives) Project. Meeting in Tours, France from 3 to 5 December, participants also looked at ways to advance detection technologies developed in STANDEX and considered technologies to help address potential threats once detected.
Experts focus on chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear threats
22 Oct. 2013
Incidents involving chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) agents remain a real threat to populations across the globe. In an increasingly interconnected world, effective prevention and response depends upon cooperation between international actors to identify best practices and develop the technological capabilities to meet these threats. Experts from NATO and partner countries and the NATO Weapons of Mass Destruction Centre, discussed possible areas for future practical cooperation in this field at a three-day workshop in Brussels, organised by the NATO Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme from 22 to 24 October.
Fostering cooperation on emerging security challenges in Romania and the Balkans
24 Sep. 2013
Opportunities for security-related civil science cooperation between experts from Romania and NATO partner countries, particularly in the Balkans region, was the focus of an Information Day on the NATO Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme, which took place in the capital Bucharest on 24 September 2013.
Last updated: 16-Dec-2013 10:05