Bone regeneration is an emerging technology in the Department of Defense. The application of bone regeneration could prove effective in helping injured warfighters return to a normal, pain-free life. Together with Dr. David Anderson, Professor and Head of Large Animal Clinical Services at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, HDIAC Subject Matter Expert Greg Nichols discusses…
Series: The HDIAC Podcast
The HDIAC Podcast features discussions with Subject Matter Experts on emerging topics in the fields of Alternative energy, Biometrics, CBRN Defense, Cultural Studies, Critical Infrastructure Protection, Homeland Defense & Security, Medical, and Weapons of Mass Destruction. Training, One-on-one, and round-table discussions are held to provide insight into highly technical topics and increase user awareness.
Researchers are developing new technologies capable of aiding warfighter ballistic protection. These technologies include spider silk, nanotubes, and more. HDIAC Subject Matter Expert, Dr. Mostafa Bedewy, assistant professor and lead of the NanoProduct Lab at the University of Pittsburgh, discusses these new capabilities and their uses in personal ballistic protection.
Grid resilience is of paramount importance for ensuring military and civilian continuity of operations. Together with Dr. Fangxing Li, the James McConnell Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, HDIAC Subject Matter Expert Joel Hewett discusses recent innovations—including novel analytical and simulation tools—that can help our…
Neural Networks have the potential to change the way the Department of Defense operates. With advancements to Neural Networks occurring rapidly, the sky is the limit for military utilization of this technology. HDIAC SME Joel Hewett, along with members from the University of Tennessee’s TennLab, discuss the technology itself as well as the benefits and…
Using synthetic blood products can help DoD cut down on its reliance on real blood. Synthetic blood products last longer and are easier to get to austere environments.
Part three of our three part series on the 2018 Winter Olympics and the technologies used by warfighters and athletes in cold weather.
Part two of our three part series on the 2018 Winter Olympics and the technologies used by warfighters and athletes in cold weather.
Part one of our three part series on the 2018 Winter Olympics and the technologies used by warfighters and athletes in cold weather.
The flu outbreak has been widespread this year, affecting most of the United States. The Department of Defense plays a crucial role in flu mitigation and response.
Cyber attacks can have a big impact on Critical Infrastructure. New mitigation techniques are being employed to combat the threat.