Apr, 2022
Athena Agenda: Advancing the Apollo Program for Biodefense
Bipartisan Commission on Biodefense
Bipartisan Commission on Biodefense
From the Executive Summary: "The exploitation of wildlife through hunting and trade facilitates opportunities for animal-human interactions and zoonotic disease transmission. Furthermore, advances in DNA sequencing, gene-editing, and synthetic biology (among others) hold the promise of profound advances in healthcare, crop and environmental sustainability, and economic growth. Unfortunately, these are dual-use technologies that could yield accidental, unintended, and deliberate misuse by creating deadly pathogens or disrupting ecological balances. [...] 'The Athena Agenda: Advancing The Apollo Program for Biodefense' contains additional recommendations to execute The Apollo Program, building on the Commission's previous work and taking into consideration the efforts of current and former Administrations and Congresses. This report provides the following specific governance and technology recommendations to implement The Apollo Program for Biodefense and identifies the US government organizations responsible for leadership and accountability, though certain actions may require or benefit from public-private partnerships."
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    Bipartisan Commission on Biodefense
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    Bipartisan Commission on Biodefense
  • Date
    Apr, 2022
  • Copyright
    2022 Bipartisan Commission on Biodefense
  • Retrieved From
    Bipartisan Commission on Biodefense: biodefensecommission.org/
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    Public health
    COVID-19 (Disease)
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    Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)
    Critical Releases
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    COVID 19 Resources
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