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Energetic Materials: The International Context

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While Energetic Materials Research has a significant bias towards defence, it is an international field. However the need to protect national interests could dramatically reduce the amount of in depth interaction. All countries have tried to develop ways of working together, recognising all the difficulties and barriers. It is therefore possible to work closely and effectively with labs throughout the world and the ways of doing this as well as the opportunities for such work will be described and discussed. These are changing rapidly and some information on the European Defence Agency will be provided.

This talk is part of the PCS Fracture and Shock Physics series.

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