Terrorists don’t LOCK DOWN

Terrorists don’t LOCK DOWN

Andy Oppenheimer reviews terrorism in the year of Covid-19. In 2020 terrorism may have taken a back seat in the media and public consciousness. But in several countries, it proceeds apace – and the pandemic has hampered counter-terror efforts. While Daesh, al-Qaeda in...
From a distance

From a distance

Dr. David Cullin and Jay Reckard introduce a new sensor suite for the US Army’s Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle. Globally, the use of CBRN weapons is becoming more frequent and increasingly more lethal. Future military operations are envisioned...
SPECIAL XPLOSIVE SUPPLEMENT: X-ray integration

SPECIAL XPLOSIVE SUPPLEMENT: X-ray integration

VCsecurity presents a sophisticated solution for Counter-IED professionals and explains how combined radiography systems can effectively meet operational needs New developments in integration capabilities of a portable DR (digital radiography) system – that can be...
The long haul

The long haul

Deborah Carr examines the long-term effects of coronavirus infection. ‘Long Haulers’ or ‘Long Covid’ are terms coined to describe those still struggling to recover from Covid-19 symptoms months after being infected. In July 2020 Chinese researchers launched one of the...
Red tides

Red tides

Frank G. Rando examines evolving biohazardous threats to global health: Where poverty thrives, disease lives. Collectively, infectious diseases have proven to be global scourges and the single most important contributor to human suffering, morbidity and mortality...