bioterrorism

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Synonyms for bioterrorism

terrorism using the weapons of biological warfare

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He compared the prospects for nuclear terrorism ('still in the realm of the imaginary') to bio-terrorism ('an ideal weapon for terrorism .
We are launching a new initiative that will give us the capacity to respond faster and more effectively to bio-terrorism or an infectious disease -- a plan that will counter threats at home, and strengthen public health abroad," Obama said.
We expect that our collaboration with Net Solutions will increase our search engine ranking and will direct more traffic to our website where information about our bio-terrorism detection technologies and counter-terrorism services is offered.
About half of the $3 billion was to be devoted to bio-terrorism R&D, he said.
The think-tank recently warned: "It is clear there is a need for preparation for dealing with people who have been exposed to or infected with bio-terrorism agents.
food manufacturers have attacked the government's choice of approach in its fight against the potential threat of bio-terrorism, fearing that strict tightening of industry regulations will leave them at the mercy of intensive new inspection procedures and potentially damaging Food and Drug Administration (FDA) registration rules.
Dr Aileen Marty delivered a lecture on the future of bio-warfare and bio-terrorism to students and staff at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine.
Charles Henderson's NewsRx has leveraged its technology platform (NL/NL 7/15/01) to create Bio-Terrorism.
A man was last night in custody after raising fears of bio-terrorism when he sprayed a mystery substance into the air on a subway outside Washington DC.
The government plans to launch an advisory panel to look into ways to set up a government mechanism to cope with bio-terrorism, government sources said Monday.
In this scenario, a nanoviricide drug can be developed as soon as a bio-threat event occurs in the field, whether from bio-terrorism or from natural outbreaks.
18 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Universal Detection Technology (OTC Bulletin Board: UDTT; FWB: PO8), a developer of early-warning monitoring technologies to protect people from bio-terrorism and other infectious health threats, announced today that to coincide with the five year anniversary of the deadly anthrax attacks in the united States, the Company has published a comprehensive paper on the biological threats facing the world and the steps taken to combat this threat.
A recent regional exercise served as a national test bed for bio-terrorism response for states and counties.
This is just one example of how America and Russia can work together to safeguard the health of people worldwide, especially those who are most vulnerable to international bio-terrorism.