Author Archive

Chris Schneidmiller

CIO Briefing

U.S. Aims to Strengthen WMD Interdiction Program at Warsaw Meeting

Nations increasingly are initiating interdiction operations and watching for threats, official says.

News

Q&A: Iran Nuclear Probe Must Advance, IAEA Chief Says

The International Atomic Energy Agency since early 2012 has convened nine meetings on the stalled inquiry.

CIO Briefing

Possible North Korea Nuke Test Emissions Identified

International group says it identified radioactive materials released months ago.

CIO Briefing

State Department Awards Website Where Nukes Meet Pop Culture

A graduate student this month won a prize for her website, Bombshelltoe.com

Cybersecurity

Nuclear Lab Remains Vulnerable to Cyberstrikes, Energy IG says

Despite recent progress in securing computers, key weaknesses remain.

CIO Briefing

Airborne nuclear forensics tool being prepared

According to research, the technology would offer a “modular nuclear debris sampling capability."

Data

NNSA helicopter now on hunt for radiation in Washington, D.C.

The helicopter will collect data covering 70 square miles of the district.

CIO Briefing

Pentagon, NIH fund pollen-based vaccine delivery research

Research could one day allow troops in the field to vaccinate themselves against biological warfare threats.