National Strategic Research Institute

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The National Strategic Research Institute (NSRI) at the University of Nebraska (NU) is one of 14 Department of Defense (DoD)-established University Affiliated Research Centers (UARCs) in the United States. UARCs are research organizations within a university or college that are established to provide or maintain essential engineering, research and/or development capabilities through a long-term, strategic relationship with the DoD. Established in 2012, with the DoD sponsor, United States Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM), NSRI helps the Department of Defense and other federal agencies meet evolving national security objectives — chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive — across all domains by responsively delivering innovative research and solutions while developing the workforce. The success of NSRI is driven by our partnership with the University of Nebraska and other universities, providing unique access to academic perspectives and research methods not currently found anywhere else in the DoD. Our research community includes over 350 researchers in diverse disciplines and state-of-the-art facilities to generate innovative, real-world solutions. Furthermore, projects undertaken from an academic perspective ensures that critical skill sets are nurtured, developed and remain available for sustaining the mission in the future. NSRI has established and developed a research portfolio to address the research needs and advance the mission of USSTRATCOM and other DoD entities. Working with our sponsors and partners, we generate cutting-edge research solutions in the prevention, detection, protection, response and recovery from threats by: - Conducting relevant research to address CWMD mission gaps - Anticipating emerging/unexpected threats and rapidly responding with focused, collaborative concepts and capabilities - Delivering game-changing solutions to the warfighter addressing the toughest mission challenges

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