|25 Nov. 2020 ||
NATO Science presents: High-altitude balloon-borne radar
|10 Nov. 2020 ||
NATO Science presents: Rapid skin wound healing
|28 Oct. 2020 ||
Cooperation on Artificial Intelligence will boost security and prosperity on both sides of the Atlantic, NATO Deputy Secretary General says
"There are considerable benefits of setting up a transatlantic digital community cooperating on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and emerging and disruptive technologies, where NATO can play a key role as a facilitator for innovation and exchange", said NATO Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană. On Wednesday (28 October 2020) he took part in a high-level virtual discussion on transatlantic cooperation in the era of AI, organised by the Atlantic Council's Future Europe Initiative and GeoTech Center.
|26 Oct. 2020 ||
NATO marks achievements on gender-related issues
On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of United Nations Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 1325 on Women, Peace and Security (WPS), NATO welcomes the achievements of experts who have contributed to practical cooperation on gender-related issues among NATO member and partner countries in the framework of the Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme.
|26 Oct. 2020 ||
NATO promotes collaboration among future leaders in science
NATO’s Science and Technology Organization (STO) has launched a thread of video-posts from early career scientists to give them the opportunity to learn more about each other’s work and how they can contribute to maintaining NATO’s scientific and technological edge.
|09 Oct. 2020 ||
Meet Laryssa Patten, an engineer working to keep NATO’s technological edge in space
Laryssa Patten is a Canadian space engineer and expert working at NATO Communications and Information (NCI) Agency. Together with experts from other NATO Allies, she helps enhance NATO’s space technologies and services.
|06 Oct. 2020 ||
NATO Deputy Secretary General opens conference on Emerging and Disruptive Technology
NATO Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană and the NATO Chief Scientist Dr Bryan Wells opened the 14th NATO Operations Research and Analysis Conference. The event, organised jointly by the NATO Science and Technology Organization (STO) and Allied Command Transformation (ACT), took place virtually on 5-6 October 2020, and had as its theme Emerging and Disruptive Technology (EDT).
|28 Sep. 2020 ||
Deputy Secretary General at HumanAIze forum: we cannot fight tomorrow’s threats with yesterday’s tools
On 28 September 2020, NATO’s Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană, speaking at HumanAIze, an online forum on artificial intelligence (AI) and public-private sector collaboration, said that NATO needs to keep investing in modern technology to deter possible threats in the future. These threats include the misuse and abuse of new technologies, including AI, to destabilise, and to manipulate the free and democratic way of life.
|22 Sep. 2020 ||
North Macedonia strengthens its cyber defences
Cyber defence experts in North Macedonia have been training to improve the capacity of their country to respond to cyber threats. Participants from seven government institutions recently completed two courses set up in the framework of NATO’s Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme. The training provided essential insights to facilitate informed decision-making and better communications across fields of expertise, as well as background information useful to understand and adapt to the evolving cyber threat landscape.
|07 Sep. 2020 ||
Fighting COVID-19 with science
Since the start of the pandemic, NATO’s Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme has tapped into its broad network of scientists and research institutions in NATO and partner countries to find innovative solutions against the spread of the coronavirus. The Programme was established with similar objectives in mind: to address emerging and ongoing security challenges, such as the one posed by the current pandemic, through collaborative initiatives.