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DHS S&T Tapping the Nation’s Competitive Spirit for Innovative Solutions

In comparison to many other funding mechanisms offered by the federal government, prize competitions are quicker with fewer constraints. Each competition is unique.

DHS S&T Seeks Information on Body Cameras with Automatic Activation

In the past, the responsibility of activating the camera fell upon the wearer, who is often preoccupied with handling the situation at hand.

DHS S&T Launches the 2022 HS Power Program

The goal of the program is to develop a diverse, educated, and skilled pool of STEM professionals while promoting long-term relationships.

DHS S&T Awards Funding to USC and Virginia Tech to Optimize the Transition of Science and Technology Projects

The goal of the STAMINA III project is to bridge the gap between the development of new technologies and products and their development.

DHS S&T Releases New Master Question List for Synthetic Opioids

The compounds are highly toxic, deadly, and aerosols may remain at the scene well after responders arrive.

Ensuring the Coast Guard Can ‘Strike’ Fast During HAZMAT Incidents

The NSF is the only Coast Guard resource that can quickly deploy, assess, and mitigate large-scale HAZMAT incidents.

DHS Announces Deadline Extension for National Climate Resilience Prize Competition

The cooling challenge is being led by DHS’s Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

Balance of Power: Building a Resilient Electric Grid

The project built on the Department of Energy’s (DOE) previous research on High Temperature Superconducting (HTS) cables.
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