New Army Biowarfare Lab Raises Concerns
Smith, R. Jeffrey
Science. 1984 Dec 7; 226(4679): 1176-1178.
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 effort to modernize and expand chemical and biological facilities at Dugway Proving Ground. Several eminent biologists who reviewed the Pentagon's proposal at the request of
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Smith, R. Jeffrey (1984-12-07)
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