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As new science & technology developments continue to emerge at pace, defence and security must embrace new concepts and capabilities continually to gain operational advantage. Watch the video to find out more and download a copy of our three S&T reports below.

1. Winning Tomorrow's Battles: Science and technology strategy in the contested age

Examines the defence S&T strategies of Australia, UK, US, Canada and Germany, comparing and contrasting their priority areas.

2. Transforming Defence: Six science and technology trends set to change the world

Explores six cutting-edge global science and technology trends set to change our future with significant applications to the defence industry.

3. Science and Technology Overmatch: A framework for future success in defence and security

Outlines the underpinning technology areas we see as domain and country priorities and the key capabilities we are creating as a result.

Science and Technology Overmatch

This report outlines the context in which the strategy has been built - the underpinning technology areas we see as domain and country priorities, and the ways in which we are fusing them together to create capabilities that best reflect the key user needs from defence and security organisations around the world.
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Transforming Defence

In partnership with WIRED magazine, this report looks at six key science and technology trends set to change the world. Our QinetiQ subject matter and technical experts provide an explanation at the end of each chapter.
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Winning tomorrow's battles

This report examines the defence science & technology strategies of Australia, UK, US, Canada and Germany; comparing and contrasting the priority areas in each geography and highlighting ways in which the industry can advance collectively.
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