Do you work in the areas of detection, diagnostics, contamination containment, threat protection modelling, AI, autonomy or wearable assistive devices? Your expertise could help Defence counter a new wave of emerging challenges.
The synthesis of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) agents is growing rapidly and the threat of these agents is increasing. Countering this threat will require a multidisciplinary approach relying on the intersection of a range of capabilities across the physical, life, data and engineering sciences.
To support this challenge, the Defence Science Institute is calling for capability statements from Victorian universities, SMEs and Research Institutes.
The capability statements will be used to inform the Defence Science and Technology (DST) group about core capability resting in Victoria which can be leveraged to support the “More, Together: Defence Science and Technology Strategy 2030” and in particular the strategic priority STaR Shot focused on “Operating in CBRN Environments”(OCE).
More details here.