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A paper by Dr. Lawrence Roberge, Professor, Labouré College, USA ABSTRACT The purpose of this research was to explore evidence that invasive species (aka Non Indigenous...

A paper by Col. Fred J. Burpo, U.S. Army 20th CBRN Support Command, USA Background: Adversaries will continue to look to the use of CBRNE...

A paper by: Jonathon M. Marioneaux, MS Candidate, Biodefense Technology and WMD, George Mason University, USA There is widespread misinterpretation of synthetic biology and with...

A paper by Zamawang Almemar, MS Candidate, George Mason University Biodefense, USA The threat of terrorism, whether from conventional weapons (tanks, assault rifles, etc.) or...

A paper by Nicholas Mehfoud, MS Candidate, Biohazardous Threat Agents and Emerging Infectious Diseases, Georgetown University, USA The purpose of this research was to ascertain...

A paper by Rick C. Mathews, Director, National Center for Security and Preparedness (NCSP), USA Responding to CBRNe incidents remains a top national security concern...

A paper by Dr. Michelle Ross, Senior Vice President of Public Health and Government Affairs, Cleveland BioLabs, USA Acute Radiation Syndrome (ARS) results from exposure...

A paper by Dr. Oren Milstein, Chief Scientific Officer, Research and Development, Stemrad Inc., USA; Dr. Itzhak Orion, Department of Nuclear Engineering, University of...

A paper by Chaim Rafalowski, Disaster Management and EU Projects Coordinator, Magen David Adom, Israel Managing a large scale chemical incident is a complex task that...

A paper by Bruce Curley, Member of Board of Directors, American Civil Defense Association, USA ISIS has proven very adept at using social media tools to win...