Access a database of scientific and technical research documents produced by and for Defence Research & Development Canada over the past 50 years.
Visit Canada's central coordinating point for responding to public health security issues, including natural events and disasters and accidents or criminal and terrorist acts involving explosives, chemicals, radioactive substances or biological threats.
Learn about the federal science community's response and commitment to providing science solutions to counter terrorism and safeguard national security.
Learn about Canada’s role in the development of an international satellite system that helps save lives by providing alert and location information to search-and-rescue services throughout the world.
Watch this video to meet the scientists and experts who are collaborating to protect Canada from security threats.
Learn how this program’s scientific research plays an important role in preventing environmental emergencies and minimizing harmful impacts when they do occur.
Understanding the various impacts of training with live weapons is imperative to protect our environment, sustain operational military activities and maintain the readiness of our Armed Forces.
Watch this video to see a new military vehicle that incorporates the latest in battlefield technology.
Visit Canada's National Microbiology Laboratory, the world's first to accommodate both human and animal health facilities at the highest level of biocontainment under one roof.
Find information about a program responsible for the investigation, communication and reduction of health risks to Canadians from exposure to ionizing and non-ionizing radiation.
Discover how the Communications Research Centre Canada (CRC) is making communications networks in Canada — and around the world — more secure.
Watch this video to see a simulated incursion scenario conducted off the coast of Nova Scotia to test surveillance technologies.