biological attack


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Synonyms for biological attack

the use of bacteria or viruses or toxins to destroy men and animals or food

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Following the patent protection for its health care related patent applications, the company has now received the patent for its government variant of AsepticSure intended for use by defense agencies against biological attack on critical buildings, infrastructure and resources.
Obama's vow came a day after a bipartisan panel warned the government had failed to take sufficient action to respond to the threat of possible biological attack.
Service Life Insurance gives cover for war risks such as chemical and biological attack.
Similarly valuable is the chapter on decontamination because it provides insight on how to respond to the challenge of recreating a safe environment in which to live and work after a biological attack.
The equipment will mitigate the effects of a chemical or biological attack or disaster," said Thomas Smith, Advanced Technology Demonstration operational manager for the U.
A Maiat insider sai of the closure: "We could be looking at a doomsday scenario where police, paramedics and firefighters are walking into the face of a biological attack without warning.
Interest also peaked after September 11, when the federal Department of Homeland Security endorsed air cleaners in case of a chemical or biological attack (see www.
Aerosols were being considered as the answer to biological attack back in 1969:Government scientists in the Cold War considered packing civilians into closed rooms and spraying them with aerosols to immunise them against biological attack, documents just released show.
He is in charge of training all German-based British troops to deal with nuclear or biological attack.
Some are sensitive to biological attack and some are not.
Parker suggests the system could perhaps be used in military applications, to protect crews against chemical or biological attack, or aboard naval vessels.
In this scenario, a biological attack has just been conducted by a fictitious Islamic terrorist group.
British Airways and Air France cancelled a number of flights over the weekend after US intelligence officials warned that al-Qaida may be planning a chemical or biological attack on an aircraft.
Meanwhile a newspaper report claimed information that a chemical or biological attack could be launched in 45 minutes of an order by Saddam Hussein came from a senior Iraqi officer.
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