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Custom DNA Makers May Be Required to Screen Customers, Hoping to Thwart Crafty Bioterrorists
Four ounces of shampoo is enough to send the Transportation Security Administration into a tizzy, but the U.S. government does … Continued
Vaccine Research to Protect the Public From Weaponized Plague Bacteria
New research on the immune system’s response to plague could improve efforts to vaccinate the public against the world’s oldest … Continued
A Three-Inch Bio-Detector Quickly Scans For All the Bacteria and Viruses We Know Of, All at Once
The ability to quickly detect and identify viruses and bacteria is key in fields ranging from antiterrorism to medical diagnosis … Continued
Could Black-Market Botox Makers Supply Terrorists with Botulinum Toxin?
Black market labs that manufacture the beauty drug Botox could also provide terrorists with the deadly botulinum toxin, officials and … Continued
Darpa Seeks New Round of Proposals for Universal Biosensor
Got a great idea for an antibody biosensor but unsure what to do with it? Darpa wants you. The Department … Continued
Will Terror Laws Give Science a Chill?
Post-9/11 laws protect Americans from the mishandling of potential bioterror agents. They could also slow down some vital medical research.