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.
NATO Chief Scientist, Dr Bryan Wells, said “The NATO Science and Technology network includes some rising-star researchers from various academic disciplines. We are keen to integrate the next generation of scientific leaders into NATO’s work on protecting our shared security, while helping them engage in collaborations that benefits their research”.
The NATO Science and Technology Organization has a network of over 6,000 scientists, engineers and analysts drawn from Allied and Partner Nations. It is the largest international defence science and technology network in the world.