NSF is hosting the second War in Ukraine Special Topics Panel Discussion focus on biosecurity and chemical-biological threats in Ukraine next Wednesday, March 30th 0900-1015 PST.
Less than two weeks ago NSF hosted an event about the impending war in Ukraine. Dr. Dmitry Gorenburg, Senior Research Scientist from CNA (formerly the Center for Naval Analysis), Professor Barbara Walker (UNR, Dept. History), and our very own Keith Hansen shared their insight about the factors that brought Russia to the brink of waging war in Ukraine.
As the world seems to teeter on the brink of the first ground war in Europe in over 75 years and the rhetoric grows more pointed by the day, diplomats continue to talk and talk. But can they talk Russia out of invading, NATO into solidarity, and Ukraine into peace and stability?
NSF recognizes that national security encompasses a lot more than just conflicts, diplomacy, and crises abroad. It also captures how we respond to extreme events at home including those wrought by Mother Nature. To bring this perspective into focus, we are thrilled to have Mr. Chris Smallcomb (NWS meteorologist, emergency manager liaison, and author of the Freakout Chart) talk to us about the 2021-2022 Winter Outlook.
Keeping us Safe from the Unthinkable – Nuclear incident response and how Nevada leads the …