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National Strategic Research Institute at the University of Nebraska
stratcom The National Strategic Research Institute (NSRI) at the University of Nebraska is the only University Affiliated Research Center (UARC) delivering solutions for Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction to U.S. Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) and the nation.

NSRI provides research and development services for the U.S. Department of Defense and other governmental agencies in the following competency areas:

2014 Annual Report
annual report

The National Strategic Research Institute at the University of Nebraska releases its second annual report highlighting its accomplishments during 2013-2014.  

Read or download our 2014 Annual Report pdf
NSRI: Focused on Collaboration

NSRI is a university-wide institute, drawing on the resources of all four campuses. NSRI focuses on five core strengths of the University of Nebraska—areas that offer significant opportunities for collaboration with external partners.

Latest NSRI News
  • University of Nebraska Faculty to Showcase Developments in Chemical & Biological Defense for National Audience

    Ten National Strategic Research Institute, University of Nebraska Omaha and University of Nebraska Medical Center faculty are slated to showcase research that is both transformational to technology and improving lives, for an audience of the nation’s best in the chemical and biological defense industry. Nebraska researchers will be presenting their latest research developments at the 2015 Chemical and Biological Defense Science and Technology (CBD S&T) Conference.

    NSRI MEDIA ADVISORY - CBD S&T Conference - 5-5-15pdf

  • University of Nebraska Awards Ten USSTRATCOM Leadership Fellows with Certificates 

    The University of Nebraska has awarded ten handpicked U.S. Strategic Command civilian employees with certificates after completing a select 13 week program.  The ten individuals were carefully chosen to be the 2015 Fellows by “a selection board of the Senior Executive Service (SES), who are the highest ranking civilian leaders at USSTRATCOM,” said Douglas Derrick, Ph.D., assistant professor of IT Innovation. “Quite simply, they are the best-of-the-best civilian leaders at USSTRATCOM, which is why the government is making a significant investment in their development”. 

    NSRI NEWS RELEASE - NU Awards Certificates to Ten USSTRATCOM Leadership Fellows - 5-5-15pdf
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