The National Academy of Sciences warned that counterterrorism experts are overly focused on old, well-known pathogens and toxins. Science, the academy explained, is developing so rapidly that “next generation” threats, such as RNA interference and nanotechnology, are being overlooked. | Harper's Magazine

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The National Academy of Sciences warned that counterterrorism experts are overly focused on old, well-known pathogens and toxins. Science, the academy explained, is developing so rapidly that “next generation” threats, such as RNA interference and nanotechnology, are being overlooked.

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The National Academy of Sciences warned that counterterrorism experts are overly focused on old, well-known pathogens and toxins. Science, the academy explained, is developing so rapidly that “next generation” threats, such as RNA interference and nanotechnology, are being overlooked.

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