biosecurity

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Content Source: Australia Department of Agriculture, Water, and the Environment

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Content Source: Australia Department of Agriculture, Water, and the Environment

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Increasing ransomware attacks on healthcare systems have contributed to a number of user service interruptions, including two pharmaceutical companies engaged in clinical vaccine trials.

Content Source: Engadget

Content Author: John Fingas


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Single Strand of DNA Helix

This article makes the case that biosecurity should be required as part of the development process for any synthetic biology project.

Content Source: Labiotech.EU

Content Author: Kostas Vavitsas


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A growing subset of scientists think that the self-propagating properties of a virus could be exploited and used to spread immunity to infection. In theory, conferring immunity through an animal population could lower the chance of a zoonotic spillover; however, there are serious risks related to self-spreading vaccines.

Content Source: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

Content Author: Filippa Lentzos, Guy Reeves


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Passengers flying into three US airports from Wuhan, China, or via connecting flights will be screened for a new coronavirus that has sickened dozens in China and spread to other Asian countries.

Content Source: Bloomberg

Content Author: Michelle Cortez