Defence and Security
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About This Project

Military across the world are developing technologies operated by thought, from drones and weapon systems to communications and logistics. Recent articles in New Scientist (see “In the face of danger” – New Scientist, 13 May 2017) have identified that the thought processes of special forces differ from those of regular soldiers, and can be enhanced by neuro-science techniques. Bespoke Neuroscience techniques enable combat troops to maintain calm decision making and thought processes to avoid stress interference and distraction, both unavoidable in conflict situations and hostile environments, whilst operating multiple functions.