Recent Examples of biodefense from the Web
For years, Hammond tracked the U.S. biodefense program.
The strategy will be the first of a number of reports the Trump administration will roll out over the next few months on defense strategy, counter-terrorism, biodefense, nuclear posture and missile defense, aides said.
At issue in the genetics lawsuit is a technique that allows Twist to create made-to-order DNA for researchers and companies that work in areas such as personalized medicine, biodefense and genome engineering.
Fort Detrick is home to a range of research labs, military medical operations and biodefense efforts.
However, the university’s bid for a high-profile biodefense lab, scheduled to be awarded by the Department of Homeland Security in 2008, look dim.
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First Known Use of biodefense
medical Definition of biodefense
- The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases money will continue to support research in biodefense and emerging infectious diseases throughout the Midwest.
- —St. Louis Business Journal, 25 June 2009
- … funding for biodefense research and public-health preparedness has soared …
- —Discover, July 2006
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