|04 Nov. 2021 ||
Life after service in Ukraine: NATO experts discuss how to best support women soldiers’ civilian reintegration
Hanging up the military uniform to reintegrate to civilian life can be a challenging transition. Unique and personal circumstances mark the path of active-duty soldiers seeking to transition into society. With greater participation of women in the armed forces, understanding how they experience this transition is essential.
|17 May. 2021 ||
NATO and Algeria strengthen scientific cooperation against terrorism
Today (17 May 2021) marked the successful conclusion of the first scientific cooperation activity between NATO and Algeria, developing technological solutions relevant to the fight against terrorism. This represents an important milestone in NATO’s engagement in the Middle East and North Africa.
|29 Mar. 2021 ||
Maintaining NATO’s Technological Edge - A Snapshot of the work of NATO Researchers
|25 Nov. 2020 ||
NATO Science presents: High-altitude balloon-borne radar
|28 Sep. 2020 ||
Secretary General: NATO must help to curb climate change
In a keynote speech on Monday (28 September 2020), NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg called for the Alliance to take further action to address the threat of climate change. Speaking to students from 10 universities across the Alliance, he said: “NATO’s core task is to keep us all safe. Climate change is making the world more unsafe. So to fulfil our main responsibility, NATO must help to curb climate change.”
|28 Nov. 2019 ||
NATO reviews scientific cooperation with Ukraine
Ukrainian scientists, experts and government representatives took stock of Ukraine’s cooperation with NATO’s Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme during an Information Day held at the Ministry of Education and Science in Kyiv on 21 November.
|17 Oct. 2019 ||
NATO promotes scientific cooperation with Belarus
Belarusian scientists and experts discussed opportunities for cooperation through NATO’s Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme during an Information Day held at the National Academy of Sciences in Minsk on 16 October.
|29 Aug. 2019 ||
NATO Deputy Secretary General discusses climate change and defence in Helsinki
NATO Deputy Secretary General Rose Gottemoeller visited Helsinki on Thursday (29 August 2019) to participate in an informal meeting of EU Defence Ministers. At a working session on climate change and defence, the Deputy Secretary General noted that climate change affects the security of Allied and partner nations. She outlined five ways in which NATO is tackling climate change – through strategic analysis; support for scientific cooperation; enhancing energy efficiency and environmental protection in the military; building resilience to natural disasters; and capability planning.
|10 Apr. 2019 ||
NATO intensifies scientific cooperation with Ukraine
Experts from NATO and Ukraine took stock of progress made on several projects and agreed on new areas of cooperation, such as the reintegration of female military personnel into civilian life. This was the subject of discussion at the 16th edition of the NATO-Ukraine Joint Working Group on Scientific and Environmental Cooperation, held at NATO Headquarters on 28 March 2019.
|22 Mar. 2019 ||
NATO trains the Tunisian Navy on maritime simulators
Tunisian Navy officers improved their readiness at sea and knowledge on maritime modelling and simulation during a two-week training course held in March 2019 at the naval base La Goulette, Tunisia. The training is sponsored by the NATO Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme to help Tunisia modernise its defence and upgrade its maritime simulator to NATO standards and architectures.