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Tabletop Device Would Destroy Chemical Weapons With X-Rays
With support from the Pentagon, one scientist is developing a compact x-ray device to break up chemical and biological agents.
FYI: How Do You Dispose Of Chemical Weapons?
As the international community debates what should be done with Syria's chemical weapons program, here is a look at what chemical weapons are, and what it takes to safely dispose...
John Kerry: The Assad Regime Used Chemical Weapons
Speaking from the podium at the State Department briefing room today, Secretary of State John Kerry lambasted the government of … Continued
Penny-Sized Vacuum System Could Help Detect Chemical Weapons
From DARPA, some very tiny suction.
DARPA To Scientists: Find A Better Way To Study Chemical Weapons
The agency wants researchers to invent a technology that can determine, in just 30 days, how a new chemical or biological attack works.
Parachuting Canister Detects Chemical Weapons
An Army research project wants to cover a battlefield with dozens of soda-can-sized sensors to detect invisible threats.
Military Uniforms Of The Future Will Automatically Turn Into Chemical Suits In The Presence Of Threats
Next-gen combat fatigues could incorporate a new kind of breathable fabric that instantly turns into a protective shell in the presence of chemical or biological threats.
Absorbent Paint Could Soak Up Chemical Weapons, Protecting Vehicle Occupants From Deadly Gas
Syria’s regime announced for the first time this week that it has chemical weapons, and stands ready to use them … Continued
In Sharp Turn, Obama’s New Nuclear Strategy Ends U.S. Warhead Development
A new response posture also dictates nukes will not be used against other non-nuclear states in the event of a biological or chemical attack