The US will provide sensors to be hosted on board regional navigation satellites that Japan is developing.
Will focus on responding to disasters and humanitarian crises, defending against biothreats, addressing climate change, and improving human health and performance.
New book, “Beyond 9/11,” explores the country’s multifaceted security needs in the 21st century.
The Rapid Agent Aerosol Detector developed at Lincoln Laboratory has demonstrated excellent accuracy in identifying toxic biological particles suspended in the air.
By securely aggregating sensitive data from cyber-attacks, the SCRAM platform from MIT CSAIL can quantify an organization’s level of security and suggest what to prioritize.
Christopher Capozzola’s new book examines how military engagement has shaped social connections between the two nations.
Lincoln Laboratory staff members recognized for their innovative contributions to a technical field.
Seminar XXI links policymaking and academia by bringing together military and civilian executives with scholars from MIT and beyond.
The prize, which provides financial support to women working toward a PhD in international affairs, will be applied toward her research into proxy warfare.
MIT graduate students launched the Future Strategy Forum to advance women in security studies.
At MIT’s Starr Forum, experts consider whether the coronavirus crisis might lead to a rethinking of defense strategies.
Danagoulian and his research team developed a system that could greatly improve the process for verifying compliance of nuclear warheads.