08/19/2010 - A new mapping tool could help U.S. police departments target population areas packed with security workers for more efficient recruiting efforts, according to its developer, the RAND Corporation.
04/16/2010 - The Department of Homeland Security's scientists who cook up next-generation technologies like chemical-sniffing cell phones and physiological threat detection just received a big vote of confidence.
04/12/2010 - The persistent fear of terrorism combined with the failed Christmas day terrorist attack maybe convincing Americans to forgo privacy for security when flying, according to a survey released Tuesday.
03/01/2010 - A government biosecurity expert last week briefed lawmakers on the Department of Homeland Security's next-generation detectors to detect, to identify, and to aid response to a biological terrorism attack.
01/29/2010 - The Homeland Security Department seeks to foster new product development by drafting operational requirements. Read examples of these requirements online and find out about DHS’s commercialization efforts.
01/27/2010 - The Department of Homeland Security's Science and Technology Directorate funds traditional research and innovation as well as research into technologies ready for transition and commercialization. Its multipronged approach appears to be paying off.
12/04/2009 - A newly revised version of Virginia's official report on the Virginia Tech massacre provides new details on how police and university officials responded to the initial discovery of the first two shooting victims, reports The New York Times.