We sit at a crossroads where global security threats and instability threaten to pervade and potentially transform society in ways we have not contemplated in the past. These global conflicts and security issues have dimensions that are both technical and social in nature, and both must be confronted in devising pathways to greater security.

What can world-class research universities do to further advance our understanding of security issues, and to catalyze greater innovation in defense?

Intelligence Director Coats sees 'Great Leap' for AI and Warfare

June 10, 2019

Dan Coats is the U.S. Director of National Intelligence, so his primary concern is the world’s state of war and...

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2019 Hypersonics Capabilities Conference

July 30, 2019


NDIA, in partnership with Purdue University, will host a comprehensive program on hypersonic systems. Together with government, industry and academia partners, NDIA will present the technical foundations of hypersonic systems, the current approach to rapidly developing hypersonic capabilities, and the warfighter, policy, and acquisition perspectives to delivering a sustainable operational capability.

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