Army Agrees to New Study of Biowarfare Laboratory
Smith, R. Jeffrey
Science. 1985 Feb 8; 227(4687): 614.
As a result of a lawsuit initiated by Washington activist Jeremy Rifkin and joined by the attorney general for the state of Utah, the U.S. Army has agreed to defer construction, pending a study of potential environmental hazards, of a new laboratory that was authorized by a small number of Congressmen under an unusual procedure in December 1984. The laboratory, intended for tests of highly infectious and lethal biological aerosols, has aroused controversy because of fears that the data gathered there might be used to develop offensive biological weapons. (KIE abstract)
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Smith, R. Jeffrey (1984-12-07)The U.S. Army has requested funds from Congress to develop a laboratory devoted to testing highly infectious, lethal biological agents in aerosol sprays. The proposed $1.4 million laboratory is a small part of an ongoing ...
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