Category Archives: Defense Threat Reduction Agency

Alibi: Active Denial System

Article from the Alibi, weekly alternative publication in Albuquerque, back in 2004.  Good information here:   http://alibi.com/feature/10398/Active-Denial-System.html Alibi, V.13 No.49 | December 2 – 8, 2004 Active Denial System The search for new hi-tech weaponry brings defense dollars to local … Continue reading

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UNM: Institute for Infrastructure Surety

http://www.ece.unm.edu/ifis/about_us.html “Although we have been working on various aspects of this problem across the School of Engineering and with colleagues in Arts & Sciences, the awarding of the DTRA University Strategic Partnership Program has provided the impetus to found this … Continue reading

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UNM Gets Grant of Over $50 Million From Army in 2003

UNM Gets Grant of Over $50 Million From Army in 2003 Back in 2003 UNM was awarded a grant from the US Army.  It was given to UNM along with New Mexico State University, with UNM being the project leader.  … Continue reading

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Anthrax, UNM, and Bioterror Research in New Mexico

Anthrax, UNM, and Bioterror Research in New Mexico In a February 4, 2004 story in the Daily Lobo at UNM, it states that the university participates in anthrax research.(1) UNM’s medical community, which has the top hospital in the state, … Continue reading

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