Research includes tools to
detect and mitigate animal disease breakouts; policy net assessments to provide
fresh perspectives on fundamental elements of the national biodefense strategy;
improved tools for integrated CBRN Risk Assessment; incident characterization
capability for response and restoration; improved chembio forensic analysis
capability; consequence assessments of attacks on chemical facilities and chem
bio attacks on other critical infrastructure; integrated CBRNE sensor reporting
capability; handheld rapid biological and chemical detection systems; and
detection paradigms and systems for enhanced, emerging and novel biological
threats. SERRI has funded the following Chem/Bio Defense projects.
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