NATO’s Science and Technology Organization marked its 10th anniversary on 19 September, bringing together representatives from Allied and Partner Nations, NATO civilian and military leadership, and members of the STO community for a special event at NATO Headquarters in Brussels, Belgium.
The Human Factors and Medicine Panel of the NATO Science and Technology Organisation has awarded its “Excellence Award” to the Research Task Group 286 for their report NATO HFM RTG 286 "Leader Development for NATO Multinational Military Operations".
In March 2019 NATO Chief Scientist Dr Bryan Wells launched the “NATO Chief Scientist Challenge”, an initiative that sought solutions in the areas of virus detection, improved situational awareness, decontamination and resilience, but also what would come after Covid-19.
In a normal year the MS&T team would attend conferences in person and report on the proceedings. This year, we have not travelled, but logged in. As well as congratulating the organisers for delivering the conferences in a whole new way, what did we learn from the conferences and the pros and cons of these virtual events?