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African swine fever virus first infected hogs in China in August 2018 and since then, it has spread across China and neighboring countries prompting the U.S. Department of Agriculture and 14 participating states to want to test their readiness.
Vehicle biosecurity involves a comprehensive set of procedures implemented at the designated entry and exit point to a facility to prevent the transmission of disease both on to and off of the production site.
Biosecurity issues in synthetic biology have many stakeholders with different perspectives, including the biotechnology industry, academics, government officials. and members of the public.
South Korea is deploying snipers, installing traps, and using drones along its border with North Korea in an effort to stop wild boars from spreading swine fever from North Korea.
Thai poultry processor CP Foods has utilized the compartment model to tackle Avian Influenza (AI).
ASM Biothreats offers professionals in biodefense, biosecurity and biological threats the opportunity to exchange knowledge and ideas that will shape the future of this emerging field. ASM Biothreats offers a unique program that explores the latest developments and emerging technologies in the industry.
This report is intended for United States and Canadian state, federal, provincial, and territorial fish and wildlife agencies personnel who make management and policy decisions for wildlife populations. It provides an account of current tools and recommendations available to craft and implement management practices to help in the fight against chronic wqasting disease (CWD) on a state or provincial scale.
A Department of Homeland Security 2017 audit found "critical" and "high risk" vulnerabilities with the website which Bio Watch data is stored.
The Federal Drug Administration has warned that certain insulin pumps are vulnerable to cyberattacks, prompting recalls from the identified pumps that could put patients at risk.