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New science & technology (S&T) developments come to market every day, but which are most relevant? And where will the defence and security industries invest the most?

Our new 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.
As the world moves forward, and as new technologies emerge at pace, the desire to embrace new concepts and capabilities remains constant. This has never been truer than in today's geopolitical environment, where technology overmatch can tip the balance of power, driving national advantage. But, with such a proliferation of new science and technology developments, how do we scope a clear path to the future and begin to determine the right strategic S&T priorities? 

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