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NATO works with international networks of scientists and researchers from Allied and partner countries. Their research includes both security-related civil science projects and defence innovation projects to develop long-term capabilities. NATO supports these scientists by providing grant funding; creating channels that allow scientists to share and receive expert advice; and organising tailor-made activities that enhance practical cooperation on security-related science.
From stratospheric balloons to fast-healing bandages, NATO scientists are working on new technologies every day that make us safer and more secure. Watch the videos below to learn more about NATO science!
More than 20 scientists involved in NATO science projects have won Nobel Prizes. From French liquid crystals physicist Pierre-Gilles de Gennes to Egyptian-American "father of femtochemistry" Ahmed Zewail, these scientists have made major contributions in many research areas.
Answer the 10 questions below to learn which NATO-affiliated Nobel laureate you are most like.
Can't get enough NATO science? Visit the pages below to discover more!
- NATO Science for Peace and Security Programme
- NATO Science and Technology Organization
- NATO & Science on YouTube – explore other science-related videos!
- NATO on the Map – discover other NATO SPS projects in your country!
- NATO Science news – read the latest science-related updates!
- NATO Centre for Maritime Research & Experimentation