350+ researchers across the National Strategic Research Institute and the University of Nebraska with students in diverse disciplines generate innovative, real-world solutions to support those with a mission of decisive deterrence and defense.
NSRI deepens u.s. strategic and operational understanding of 21st century cwmd implications.
New technologies for interdiction, detection and mitigation of the direct effects of WMDs and their health impacts. Unique research that directly supports and transitions to operational elements and end users.
Research and exercises for the nation's most challenging issues surrounding the world's most destructive weapons. Strengthening U.S. nuclear deterrence, advancing thought regarding U.S. nuclear weapons and mitigating the effects of foreign nuclear weapons.
Developing medical countermeasures from discovery and design to manufacturing, bio-containment and clinical treatment. NSRI has unique expertise to deliver solutions in vaccine design, novel preventative and prophylactic treatment, drug delivery, clinical protocols, and training for a variety of pathogens - including select agents. NSRI/NU also has two biological production facilities, including a nanomedicine GMP production plant.
Innovating consequence management solutions to protect, respond, and restore infrastructure from a chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear incident. NSRI has developed a diverse research portfolio that seeks to anticipate and mitigate the actions of malefactors and natural disasters. Our expertise is both broad and deep in cyber security, hazard modeling, and organizational psychology of violent extremist groups, all of which provide critical infrastructure protection vital to our national security.
NSRI provides scholarly solutions, tests, evaluations, and systems analysis for important and evolving questions of the DoD. In the past this area focused on analyzing space, cyber and telecommunications law and policies, but has been recently broadened to provide NSRI with the agility to respond to any emerging frontier within the CWMD mission.
Numerous research centers, world-class facilities and state of the art equipment enable researchers to deliver innovative solutions for CWMD challenges
As USSTRATCOM’s University Affiliated Research Center (UARC), the National Strategic Research Institute at the University of Nebraska provides an invaluable understanding of strategic deterrence and CBRNE-related requirements gaps. Our Institute’s rapid-response capabilities can help meet your research and solutions needs. Connect with us to find out what we can accomplish together.