Category: CBRN


India progresses sale of BEML

The Indian Ministry of Defence (MoD) is preparing its planned sale of a major stake in public-sector company BEML (formerly Bharat Earth Movers Limited), Indian Minister of State for Defence Shripad Naik has confirmed....


US Army sets first PrSM flight test for 9 December

If everything goes according to plan, the US Army will conduct its first flight test of a Precision Strike Missile (PrSM) prototype on 9 December at White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico, with...


Highly Sensitive Epigenomic Technology Combats Disease

In a recently published article in Nature Protocols, a team of researchers from Virginia Tech outline a new technology to help in understanding how the human body battles diseases. Much remains unknown about diseases...


Another Monkeypox case in the UK

On Tuesday December 3rd a patient was admitted to a specialist unit at St Thomas’ Hospital in central London after Public Health England confirmed a diagnosis of Monkeypox. It is believed the individual contracted...


Avoiding a Post-INF Missile Race

Brief prepared for the CNS-CENESS US-Russia Dialogue on Nuclear Issues in Moscow. …read more From:: James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies


MBDA to integrate Meteor BVRAAM on RoKAF KF-X

Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) has awarded MBDA a contract, of undisclosed value, to integrate the Meteor beyond visual range air-to-air missile (BVRAAM) on the Republic of Korea Air Force (RoKAF) future Korean Fighter eXperimental...


Safran, MTU agree framework for future fighter engine

Safran and MTU have agreed details on the development of a next-generation aircraft engine to power the New Generation Fighter (NGF) for France, Germany and Spain. The agreement, announced on 3 December, sees Safran...


Ten injured in a rickshaw blast in Lahore, Pakistan

(The New Indian Express) – At least 10 people were injured when a suspected terrorist planted an explosive device in an auto rickshaw that went off at a crowded locality here on Friday 29th...


Japanese shipbuilders form business alliance

Two of Japan’s biggest shipbuilders – Imabari Shipbuilding and Japan Marine United (JMU) – have agreed to enter an alliance, the companies announced on 29 November. The move represents the latest in a series...

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