Center for Science, Technology, and Security Policy

Center for Science, Technology, and Security Policy

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  • Jennifer Roderick joined both CSTSP and the International Science and Technology Partnerships (INSTP) Program in September, 2013 as a Program Associate. Her work at CSTSP focuses on strategic air power, space security, emerging science and technologies, and building international science...
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  • All commonly used medical radioisotopes can be produced without using nuclear reactors or enriching uranium, or can be replaced with other isotopes that can be produced without a fission reaction, or by alternative technologies. Reactors not using natural uranium fuel require uranium enrichment,...
  • Since 2001, there has been a flurry of activity in the United States and international community regarding oversight of dual use life sciences research. Dual use research is defined as beneficial research that may be directly misapplied for malicious purposes. The National Science Advisory Board...
  • CSTSP has crafted policy responses to government released initiatives, in order to help contextualize and evaluate the state of government policies within science, technology, and security. PUBLICATIONS United States Government Policy for Institutional Oversight of Life Sciences Dual Use Research...
  • The United States relies upon space for a variety of essential daily services. Valuable space assets underpin our national security, help us forecast weather and predict natural disasters, enable GPS and satellite TV, spur our economy and industrial base, and keep U.S. troops and allies safe and...
  • Cybersecurity The Internet and networked computer systems play important roles in personal access to information and services, as well as the operation of critical infrastructure. Networks are used in electrical power grids, nuclear power plants, financial systems, transportation systems, health...
  • Since 2006, CSTSP has hosted a monthly biosecurity meeting series that brings together interested and engaged staff from federal agencies, Congress, local universities, and DC-based non-governmental organizations to discuss current issues in science and security. This series is a community effort;...
  • The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Weapons of Mass Destruction Directorate, in collaboration with the Association of American Universities (AAU) and Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU), have hosted meetings...
  • BMENA Bioscience Forum – Members of Interim Executive Committee The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) is pleased to announce the creation of the BMENA Bioscience Forum, and its Interim Executive Committee, forum that resulted from a workshop series funded by the U.S...