The National Biodefense Strategy considers that biological threats are among the most serious potential threats facing the US and the international community and recognizes that it is a vital interest of the United States to manage the risks arising from such threats.
The sprayable slurry has a paint-like consistency, with thickening agents added to improve its adherence on all kinds of surfaces. Once prepared, it has a storage life of almost one month, which allows chemical or biological incident response teams to prepare.
This document provides a comprehensive list and discussion of arms control policies and treaties as pertains to the US.
This report provides a picture of the risks and challenges posed by this convergence. It analyses the extent to which concerns arising from new technological developments can be dealt with through existing governance mechanisms.
Advances in additive manufacturing, artificial intelligence and robotics could increase the possibilities for the development, production and use of biological weapons.
CBRNe Summit Europe 2019 will bring together key officials from across the UK, Europe, Middle East and North America to discuss the following topics during the conference; UK CBRNe Capabilities – Civil and Military Perspectives, NATO CBRNe Capabilities and International Cooperation, The use of Robotics within a Hotzone, European Military CBRNe Threats and Response Techniques, Medical Countermeasures to Chem-Bio Attacks and First Responder Techniques – Hazmat, Decon and EOD.
A Texas A&M researcher’s pursuit for antidotes to break seizure circuit may be key to thwarting chemical warfare.
The National Strategy for Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) Terrorism is designed to achieve a set of strategic objectives whose common purpose is to greatly reduce the probability that extremist groups and individuals will conduct attacks using WMD.
President Donald Trump on Monday. December 10, approved the National Strategy for Countering WMD Terrorism, in a bid to counter extremist groups' attempt to use Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) against the US.
Russian diplomat Vladimir Yermakov said Moscow and London will "propose to consider several ideas on further promotion of the concept of mobile biomedical teams."