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Introduced Species as a Form of Biological Weapon (NIS-BW)

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...

Organizing and Training for Combat CBRNE Hazards

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...

Threats and Realities of Synthetic Biology

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...

Uniting Against a Common Enemy: Formation of International Alliances Against CBRN...

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...

Determination of an Ideal Category A Agent for a Terrorist Attack

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...

Enhancing CBRNe Response with Scenario-Based Training

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...

Entolimod, an Innovative Medical Radiation Countermeasure

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 Novel Device for Preventing Acute Radiation Syndrome in Emergency First...

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

CRISMA project – improving CBRN training using models

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...

ISIS Ability to Use Social Media As a Force Multiplier In...

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...