Hot days and melting permafrost
The Pentagon accidentally mailing plague and anthrax, it turns out
A precautionary stockpile, provided no one mails it by accident
After a summer of biohazards, policymakers ask scientists to search their freezers
The director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention admits the agency's culture of safety needs improvement.
Potentially exposed CDC workers seem okay and there's little danger to the general public, but the apparent lapse in safety procedures is surprising and serious.
A report on the state of biological defense research finds lots of problems--but really manageable ones.
A government bioethics commission says yes, but only under certain circumstances.
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