Center for Science, Technology, and Security Policy

Center for Science, Technology, and Security Policy

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  • 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...
  • CSTSP has hosted occasional nuclear security meetings that bring together interested and engaged staff from federal agencies, Congress, local universities, and non-governmental organizations to discuss current issues in science, nuclear security, and disarmament. Topics have ranged from the role of...
  • CSTSP has conducted, participated, or co-sponsored several projects assessing nuclear forensics technologies; the reliable replacement warhead; nuclear weapons in 21st Century national security; nuclear weapon stockpile management, safety, and security; nuclear energy issues having relevance to...
  • As the world population reaches 7 billion, many countries regions confront a scarcity of those basic resources essential for human life—namely adequate food and water. More than just humanitarian crises, resource scarcities can act as a flashpoint for regional or intrastate conflict. Scientists and...
  • Following the steady decline in funding for scientific cooperation between the U.S. and Uzbekistan, CSTSP initiated a project in 2011 with the Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan (ASU) to identify possible areas of future scientific cooperation. An initial meeting was held in Tashkent in 2012 and...
  • CSTSP has a robust bioengagement program in the broader Middle East and North Africa (BMENA; includes Afghanistan and Pakistan) focusing on building trust and partnerships between scientists from the U.S. and BMENA countries and promoting common understanding and best practices in identifying and...