Admiral Fallon details the range of cyber actors seeking the highest levels of national security access and manipulation, from individual thrill seeking “hackers” to corporate sleuths to state supported spies.
Dr. Dyer's research interests are in population and community ecology, invasive species ecology, and habitat restoration.
This presentation focuses on non-point source pollution and its remediation.
This presentation discusses the history of the U.S. Army Signal Corps and traces its technological developments and varied missions from 1860 to the present.
Admiral Munns takes us on a behind the scenes discussion of the Submarine Force. The story is told as only an insider can tell it, and based on his 34 years of experience in the US Navy. He describes the Submarine Force, the ship and the crew, what it does, and how it works.
In this dialogue, John Dewes discusses the preparation and process involved in the removal of highly enriched uranium from research reactors and how the material is contained under appropriate controls.
Porous Walled Hollow Glass Microspheres (which are about half the width of a human hair in diameter) have a network of interconnected pores that enable them to be filled with, hold and release gases and other materials.
The radioactive liquid waste treatment and tank closure work at SRS is unique in the world -- and being performed right here in Aiken.
The accident at the Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear power plant that occurred, due to damage from the tsumani, led to an airborne release of radioactive material that settled and caused contamination, necessitating evaluation of the population.
"Cold War Dixie" focuses on the impact of the Savannah River Plant (SRP) on the communities it created, rejuvenated, or displaced. This book explores the parallel militarization and modernization of the Cold War-era South.
Garriet Smith discusses the connection between climate change and diseases found in coral reefs.