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Biosafety, Biosecurity, And Preparedness Within and Without SynBERC •

Biosafety, Biosecurity, And Preparedness Within and Without SynBERC •

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Published by: Ars Synthetica on Feb 28, 2009
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Biosafety, Biosecurity, and Preparedness Within and Without SynBERC 
What audience do these modes of safeguarding setout to protect?
How does the act of framing the concepts withurgency legitimate emphasis given to them withoutquestioning the assumptions of what kind of
or flourishing they appeal to?
How can we understand the three conceptsindividually, collectively, and contextually, usinginformation provided both in literature produced byscientists within SynBERC and journalists, policymakers, and others outside?
Biosafety, Biosecurity, and Preparedness: Solutions Found in SynBERC 
s Literature and in the Media 
Drew Endy, MIT
Human Practices, Berkeley
Chris Anderson, Berkeley
US, Global, and Scientific Response to Questions of Biosafety, Biosecurity, and Preparedness 
Third and Fourth Geneva Conventions, 1929, 1949
Geneva Protocol on use of chemical and biologicalwarfare, 1925
Biological Warfare Convention, 1972
Asilomar Conference on Recombinant DNA, 1975
Incident Response/Biodefense, 2001
National Science Advisory Board, 2004

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