Johns Hopkins Center For Health Security Report Identifies 15 Technologies That Could Help Address Global Catastrophic Biological Risks

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health’s “Center for Health Security”: Center for Health Security Report Highlights 15 Emerging Technologies with Potential to Reduce Global Catastrophic Biological Risks
Nick Alexopulos, director of communications at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, discusses results from a new report examining “15 promising technologies [that] could help make the world better prepared and equipped to prevent future infectious disease outbreaks from becoming catastrophic events” (10/9).

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