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Dstl calls for scientists and engineers to work with it


June summit will see launch of defence ministry’s new science and technology research portfolio

The UK’s national Defence Science and Technology Laboratory, Dstl, has called on scientists and engineers in industry and academia to join it to “develop a number of concepts and prototypes” for weapons to “quickly get the latest research into the hands of end users for testing in the field”.

“We are looking to attract potential new suppliers, especially from academia and small- and medium-sized enterprises, as well as organisations already in our supply chain,” the lab said in a 23 March statement, which also announced a “major summit to bring together the best minds in science and technology”.

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