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Caesarea, Israel-based Acro, Inc. has signed a license agreement with the technology transfer company of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
The new technology, developed by Prof. Joseph Almog, former head of the Division of Identification and Forensic Science (DIFS) of the Israel Police, represents a “simple but sensitive and specific color test for the improvised explosive urea nitrate,” the company notes.
"This new product, which has already been tested and used in Israel, expands our product portfolio. It demonstrates our strategy to help our clients with a broad variety of simple and inexpensive solutions for the intricate problems of explosives detection," says Gadi Aner, CEO of Acro.
Acro's advisory board, the company notes, includes Nobel Prize laureate Prof. K. Barry Sharpless, and Prof. Richard Lerner, President and CEO of The Scripps Research Institute. nike outlet in kissimmee
The Homeland Security Science and Technology Advisory Committee will meet in closed door sessions in Washington, DC, on January 26-28 to receive top secret briefings on the relationships between science and technology and selected defense-related topics concerning sensitive homeland security matters.
The sessions, which will be closed to the public, will take place at DHS offices on Vermont Avenue, in northwest Washington.
Further information is available from Tiwanda Burse, of the DHS Science & Technology Directorate, at 202-254-6877.belt louis vuitton
InfraGard has appointed Monique Merhige, president of Infusion Direct Marketing, as the organization’s new public information officer.
InfraGard characterizes itself as a collaborative effort of the FBI and other federal, state, and local law enforcement, government, academic, and private sector experts, meant to help protect America from acts of terrorism and related criminal activity and to strengthen homeland security efforts. On the national level, InfraGard is a network of more than 33,000 FBI-vetted industry professional volunteers serving as critical infrastructure subject-matter experts in one or more sectors.
In her new InfraGard position, Merhige will be responsible for communicating the organization’s importance to the security industry, according to a statement. Her company, Infusion, will coordinate all news releases announcing important news, events and industry trends for InfraGard and maintain relationships with editors at top security industry, technology and business publications, according to the statement.
“We welcome Monique as a terrific addition to our team and we look forward to the marketing expertise and direction she and her team at Infusion bring to keep the momentum building for our organization. Our goal is to continue growing the InfraGard organization and increase the safety of our nation by communicating important security issues in a timely manner to our valued members,” Joseph Concannon, InfraGard’s president, said in the statement.