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biodefense

(bī″ō-dĕ-fĕns′) [″ + ″]
National or international efforts to prevent the spread of biologically destructive agents, esp. when they are used in terrorism or warfare.
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The depth and breadth of experience and expertise brought to bear by the panelists and attendees at the conference bode well for our ultimate goal of filling the gap that now exists in the area of standards for biodefense.
Closing this financing round with CNF Investments and Chart Venture Partners enables the company to bolster its research and development and commercialization efforts relative to the biodefense and human clinical diagnostics markets," said Joe Hernandez, IBI's President and CEO.
The Expert Panel on the Development of Standards for Biodefense is convened by ATCC(R), a global nonprofit biological resource center headquartered in Manassas, VA.
Davenport comes with a solid track record in winning government funding and an in-depth knowledge of not only the biodefense industry and government agencies, but he has a proven ability to build strategic business alliances and develop products, all of which we believe, will have a momentous impact on our ability to further expand our internal programs, commercial business and support government research.
BioInformatics, LLC, an Arlington, VA-based research and consulting firm, recently published their latest report, "Market Opportunities in Biodefense Research: Trends & Forecasts," based on the opinions of over 500 current and future biodefense researchers.
Government agencies and commercial companies involved in biodefense and public health implement the policy directives he helped author.
NYSE:EBS), a biopharmaceutical company that develops vaccines and therapeutics for biodefense and commercial applications and manufactures the only anthrax vaccine approved by the U.
Pathology Industry : Biodefense Industry - Market to Benefit from Federal Funding such as the BIO EDEP Fund to Support Security Plans
With a more streamlined procurement process and the establishment of a National Biodefense Science Board, among other items, the BARDA bill is clearly a significant and positive step forward in strengthening our nation's bio-security strategy.
biological research labs is extremely troubling," said Joe Lieberman, former senator and co-chair of the Blue Ribbon Study Panel on Biodefense.
The company's biodefense business is focused on developing and commercializing immunobiotics for use against biological agents that are potential weapons of bioterrorism.
The use of biotechnology in biodefense research is also cause for concern.