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At the end of World War II, the United States was on the cusp of a biological
capability with 500-pound clusters of the Mark 14-pound biological
bomblet and the M47A2 100-pound biological
bomb charged with anthrax.
To determine how commonly trace exposures trigger unanticipated biological
, impacts, Calabrese's team has analyzed databases of biological
responses to potentially toxic chemicals, each throughout a broad range of doses.
In the event of a chemical or biological
incident, sensors would alert the port, both outdoors and indoors.
To facilitate progress in environmental genomics, we need to train young investigators in the discipline and support scientific programs that focus on biological
and clinical problems that can most directly be solved by employing these novel conceptual and methodological approaches.
Schneider's timely and engaging book will help all levels of the Air Force understand biological
warfare and the potential threats it poses.
terms, as humans, we are constantly experiencing a certain degree of stress.
The device can simultaneously identify up to 10 different biological
warfare agents in a given sample, including smallpox, anthrax, plague, and encephalitis.
Certain brain chemicals, called neurotransmitters, play an important role in regulating moods and emotions, providing further evidence of a biological
etiology for Major Depressive Disorder.
Despite this history, biological
agents have not been instruments of choice for terrorism as explosives and guns account for more than 99% of all weapons used by terrorists (Global Center for Traumatology, 2003).
The ATP results will only give indications of whether there is a difference in overall biological
The Department of Defense (DOD) announced on 25 April the formation of the Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological
Instead, the administration focused public attention on the potential threat posed by Iraqi weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) -- nuclear, radiological, chemical, or biological
-- if they were transferred to al-Qaeda or other terrorist networks.
To ensure that terrorist groups and their state sponsors are never able to gain access to chemical, biological
, or nuclear weapons, or the means to deliver them via missile, the United States is employing a variety of methods to combat the spread of weapons of mass destruction, including multilateral agreements, diplomacy, arms control, threat reduction assistance, export control and other means where necessary.
Goldstein concludes that biological
differences, often asserted by those who aim to keep women from combat, are in fact relatively minor.