NTI | bio, partnering with the Oxford University Future of Humanity Institute (FHI) and the Johns Hopkins University Center for Health Security (JHU CHS) convened an international group of senior policy leaders and scientific and technical experts at Wilton Park from Nov. 7-9 to assess the impact of advances in technology on global catastrophic biological risks and brainstorm new ideas to ...
The Convention on Nuclear Safety is an incentive-based instrument that commits States operating nuclear power plants to establish and maintain a regulatory framework to govern the safety of nuclear installations.
NTI and C4ADS hope to build upon existing work in the field to demonstrate how use of publicly available data and network analysis techniques can supplement traditional monitoring and verification of international agreements. The project aims to identify trends and risk factors in international trade of dual-use goods and potentially to uncover how individuals, entities, and networks facilitate potentially illicit ...
Dr. Page Stoutland, NTI’s Vice President of Scientific and Technical Affairs, was recently granted the lifetime honor of being an elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Energy Dr. Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall has joined the Board of Directors of the Nuclear Threat Initiative. In addition, Lynn Rusten, former Senior Director for Arms Control and Nonproliferation on the White House National Security Council staff, has accepted the position of Vice President, Global Nuclear Policy Program at NTI.
NTI joined more than 60 leading global health security organizations and experts to advocate for robust funding of programs that counter biological threats in the Trump Administration’s fiscal year (FY) 2020 budget request to Congress.
Hospitals and research centers around the United States and around the world are addressing security, safety and liability concerns by replacing irradiators that use cesium-137 with safe and effective alternative technologies.