The Buzz: Preparing for Biological Battle

What should humanity anticipate from WWIII? To find out, check out the Invitrogen-sponsored ScienceBlog, What's New in Life Science Research. This week our group of experts and seasoned ScienceBloggers will explore the way biological warfare is developing in our modern world as new technologies emerge—and what we should do to defend ourselves.

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