name of attendee organisation why you would like to attend Successful applicants will then be sent a link to register for attendance. Please note that if the event is oversubscribed, we will have to limit the number attending from a single organisation. Joining instructions for the event, including the venue details and agenda will be distributed on Thursday 31 May 2018. This event will enable the winning suppliers from the competition to showcase their research proposals to end users, government and other organisations. The outcome of this event is to enable future collaboration between organisations to enable these innovative ideas to be developed and integrated into working products. We are interested to understand if you are a company working in this area or whether you would like to hear about exciting new developments in this field.Finding explosives in electrical items programmeIn March 2017, the UK introduced a ban on large electronic devices in the cabin of UK-bound aircraft from certain airports in the Middle East and North Africa. Restrictions like these are of great concern to the aviation industry, and equally to passengers. Stopping passengers from travelling with electrical items can have a huge impact on personal and business activity.Background to the competitionThe competition is seeking to help the UK Government, Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and the aviation industry to improve aviation security processes, by staying ahead of evolving threats whilst reducing delays at checkpoint screening. The suppliers which have now been funded as part of the competition process, could provide an alternative to imposing bans on electrical items or implementing additional laborious screening measures.To registerThe event is taking place on Thursday 7 June 2018 in London. If you would like to register your expression of interest to attend, please reply to [email protected] by Thursday 24 May 2018 at 1pm, with the subject title of ‘FASS Collaboration day 7 June 2018’ stating the following information:
Vermont Law School,Amy Goodman, the host and executive producer of Democracy Now!, will be the commencement speaker at Vermont Law School’s 36th graduation ceremony on May 21.Goodman is the first journalist to receive the Right Livelihood Award, known as the ‘alternative Nobel Prize,’ for ‘developing an innovative model of truly independent grassroots political journalism that brings to millions of people the alternative voices that are often excluded by the mainstream media.’ She is the author of four New York Times bestsellers, most recently Breaking the Sound Barrier.Democracy Now!, a daily, independent news program airing on more 800 TV and radio stations in North America, is the largest public media collaboration in the United States. Democracy Now! is funded through contributions from listeners, viewers and foundations, whereas corporate media outlets are responsible to their shareholders and public media outlets accept funding from major corporations and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, according to Democracy Now!##Vermont Law School, a private, independent institution, has the top-ranked environmental law program and one of the top-ranked clinical training programs in the nation, according to U.S.News & World Report. VLS offers a Juris Doctor curriculum that emphasizes public service, a Master of Environmental Law and Policy degree and two post-JD degrees, the Master of Laws in Environmental Law and the LLM in American Legal Studies (for international students). The school features innovative experiential programs and is home to the Environmental Law Center and the South Royalton Legal Clinic. For more information, visit www.vermontlaw.edu(link is external).