uOttawa gets $6.8 million to help combat terrorism

UOttawa.gifUniversity of Ottawa receives $6.8 million from the federal government to develop three high tech solutions to help counter terrorist threats. The money will fund researchers developing 1) an early-warning disease monitoring system; 2) tools to train mental health professionals dealing with the psychological trauma of terrorism, and 3) a standardized inventory system for hazardous materials. Click here to learn more about these projects.

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