A new way to inspect cargo at ports of entry
The new detection method is able to analyze a wider range of materials than current thermal based detection systems used in today’s airports, while reducing false positive reports
A new way of detecting homemade explosives will help forensic scientists trace where they came from
There is a surprising champion of land mine detection: the African giant pouched rat
Rutgers-led study demonstrates low-cost technology for security screening at public venues like stadiums, theme parks, and schools
First responders have downloaded more than 10,000 copies of a guide to commercially available, hand-portable biodetection technologies created to help them determine what they might be up against in the field. Since many first responders do not always have immediate access to a computer, a mobile version of the guide is now available for cell phones and tablets.
University of Utah engineers develop material for better detectors.
Michigan State University research has put the possibility of bomb-detecting lasers at security checkpoints within reach.