DARPA asks Northeastern University to detect IEDs hidden in mud, meat, and dead animals

ARLINGTON, Va., 24 April 2013. Improvised explosive device (IED) experts at Northeastern University in Boston are joining three other research organizations in a project to develop non-contact ways to detect explosives hidden in opaque media with high water content such as mud, meat, and animal carcasses.

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