Presented by DHS Science and Technology

Getting Life Back: Making Research Work for You!

As governments step-up investments in research and science to accelerate pandemic recovery efforts, there is an urgent need to focus on communities vulnerable to systemic shocks and persistent stressors, brought by natural and man-made disasters. To answer this “call to action,” government and private sector innovators are accelerating data and technology solutions, which are critical for enhancing security and resilience in areas of transportation, public health and emergency response. Learn how government is making research work for you by adapting to new realities and producing cross-cutting solutions, so no community is left behind.

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David Alexander

Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Science and Technology Directorate (S&T)

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Rhonda Binda

Queens Borough Office

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David Corman

The National Science Foundation

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Lahne Mattas-Curry

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

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