It is with great pride and pleasure that SERDP and ESTCP announce the 2019 Projects of the Year. This year’s awards recognize scientific advances and technological solutions to some of DoD’s most significant environmental and installation energy challenges. More
The Resource Conservation and Resiliency team provided attendees of the 2019 Ecological Society of America (ESA) conference the opportunity to learn more about DoD environmental research needs and opportunities. In addition to presenting at the ESA Workshop titled Accessing Research Funding from Federal Agencies, SERDP researchers highlighted their work at the ESA Conference. More
In 2019, SERDP began funding a group of projects to develop standardized analytical and environmental sampling methods for PFAS in the subsurface. Described in this blog are the five projects that were selected for funding, which includes two projects that are one-year, proof-of-concept approaches. More
Weapons Systems and Platforms (WP) technical sessions and short courses will explore regulatory developments within the U.S. and abroad as well as the latest research and technologies making groundbreaking improvements to life-cycle sustainability and sustainment, methods of manufacturing, and overall military operations. More
The MR sessions will highlight projects advancing the development and demonstration of innovative technologies that detect, characterize, and remediate military munitions in underwater sites. More
The program will present two technical sessions: Energy Resilience Session 1: Outlook and Applications of Distributed Energy Resources, and Energy Resilience Session 2: Building Energy and Water Efficiency Solutions as well as two short courses on the cybersecurity Risk Management Framework (RMF). More
The ER sessions will provide an overview of the innovative research and demonstrations being completed that focuses on cleaning and managing contaminated lands on current and former military installations. More
At UACE2019, researchers from all over the world gathered to exchange recent results and discuss future challenges in implementing and apply underwater acoustic technologies.