Researchers develop technique that could detect explosives, dangerous gases rapidly and remotely

University of Michigan researchers have developed a laser-based method that could be used to detect chemicals such as explosives and dangerous gases quickly and accurately. Eventually, this method could be used in systems placed in airports, for the environmental monitoring Read More …

Police arrest man on suspicion of manufacturing explosives in Burnham

Police have executed warrants in Burnham today (Thursday) as part of an investigation into the possession of explosives. Thames Valley Police (TVP) raided a property in The Fairway at 11am this morning, and conducted operations at the London Clancy Industrial Warehouse site off Read More …

Russian engineers destroy 1,500 explosives in major Deir ez-Zor demining operation

Russian sappers equipped with the latest demining technology have managed to find and destroy over 1,500 explosives since they began clearing the streets of Deir ez-Zor as the Syrian Army continues clearing the city and surrounds from remaining ISIS terrorists. Read More …

Metro Transit Police to receive radiation detectors in face of ‘dirty bomb’ threat

If anyone tried to deploy a “dirty bomb” or other radiological weapon in the D.C. region, Metro Transit Police officers might be the first line of defense, and Thursday, the Metro Board is expected to formally accept radiation detection devices Read More …