This presentation covers genetic engineering technology including economic data, regulations, and security.
This sheet provides biosecurity guidance on foot and mouth disease (FMD) and other foreign animal diseases.
The UK biological security strategy draws together for the first time the work taking place across government to protect the UK and its interests from significant biological risks, no matter how these occur and no matter who or what they affect.
The 2019 meeting features an expanded program to include tracks on high consequence pathogen research, biological threat reducation, product development and policy. The meeting also incorporates a platform for students and early career professionals to share their science and connect with a diverse community of experts during the Pre-Meeting Symposium.
Advances in science and technology are changing the nature of chemical and biological warfare, in many cases making these weapons easier and cheaper to develop.
The technology ensures the origin and content of virtually any consumer product from diagnostic tests to medicines to food.
PCR tests are often used to monitor trailer sanitation and decontamination, but the results can be difficult to interpret.
The DNA damage found in the new study included deletions of thousands of DNA bases, including at spots far from the edit. Some of the deletions can silence genes that should be active and activate genes that should be silent, including cancer-causing genes.
Drugs worth about Rwf24m have been impounded, four animal drug stores closed and three people arrested in an operation that was intended to tackle sale and use of counterfeit veterinary products in the country.
Biosecurity across Northern Australia’s prawn industry will be the focus of a new Cooperative Research Centre for Developing Northern Australia (CRCNA) project.