Homeland Security Research
About this Issue
A Note from EPA's National Program Director for Homeland Security Research.
EPA homeland security researcher and partners help Japan in the aftermath of devastating earthquake, tsunami, and radiation leak.
EPA researchers are helping to increase the nation's laboratory capacity to support large-scale emergency response operations.
EPA study helps drinking water utilities prepare for emergency response communications.
EPA scientists are checking out cleaning methods to help decontamination efforts.
EPA and partners advance real world techniques to decontaminate anthrax bacteria..
EPA chemists and partners are developing standards and methods to support lab analysis of chemical agents.
EPA researchers developed an open-access protocol for anthrax detection and informing response activities.
EPA researchers and partners are building the nation's first "Water Security Test Bed".
Homeland security researchers provide the tools water utilities need to monitor drinking water systems.
EPA scientists join forces with the U.S. Army sustainability initiative to advance decontamination technologies.