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Microbiology in a Post-Sept. 11 World

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Microbiology in a Post-Sept. 11 World

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Microbiology in a Post-Sept. 11 World

Microbiology in a Post-Sept. 11 World

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How should the labs of scientists working on possible bioterror agents be regulated? Is it time for a microbiology code of ethics?

Guest:

Ronald Atlas, president, American Society for Microbiology. Professor of Biology, professor of Public Health. Co-Director, Center for Deterrence of Biowarfare and Bioterrorism, University of Louisville