The Defence Research & Development Organisation participated in the 101 Indian Science Congress (101 ISC)being organised at Jammu University, Jammu during 03-07 February 2014. The DRDO pavilion has continuously bagged top awards for the last four years. A special evening lecture “Scientific Innovation in Security”, by Shri Avinash Chander, SA to RM, and Secretary, Department of Defence R&D, was delivered at General Zorawar Singh Auditorium on 03rd February 2014. Besides the exhibition of DRDO products, another important event was a public outreach session titled “Innovations in Defence Technologies” when Dr G Malakondaiah, DS & CC R&D (HR &TM) and his team of senior DRDO scientists presented the activities and achievements of the organization. Exhibits included missiles like Agni 1,2,3 composite rocket motors, carbon-carbon composite heat shield for re-entry of payload, advanced inertial navigation system, on-board computers, sensors based on fibre optics, MEMS and many more. LCA Tejas set to be inducted into Indian Air Force was shown along with LCA Navy. The other star aeronautical systems were Airborne Early Warning & Control (AEW&C) aircraft, Pilotless Target Aircraft Lakshya, Nishant and Rustom Unmanned Air Vehicles and a host of aero subsystems. DRDO’s power in the oceans was depicted through torpedoes, mines, decoys, and last but not the least, the Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV), that can be used for intelligence collection, search, surveillance, weapon delivery, etc. Aslesha, Bharani, Rohini and WLR radars, microwave components, night vision devices and laser based systems. Also on display were a number of innovative soldier protection and performance enhancement systems, material technologies such astitanium sponge and high power rare earth magnets.