Texas A&M University GHRC wins Excellence in Safety prize in Lab Design Excellence Awards
Security has always been one of the most important—and often challenging—issues facing laboratory managers.
“It is not enough for our tool to be accurate. It has to be useful. It has to be in real time,” researcher says of interactive tool
Vaccine protects chickens and likely other poultry against the three recently introduced U.S. avian influenza strains
"We've got an increasing number of unusually risky experiments, and we need to be more thoughtful and deliberate in how we oversee this work."
A recently-released report by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s advisory committee on safety underlined a flawed understanding of safety and poor leadership as key reasons for safety lapses at CDC laboratories.
Political scientist discusses regulatory gaps in assessing the impact of “gene drives.”
The cost of doing biological research is increasing for universities as they attempt to comply with a proliferation of security requirements and recommendations from government agencies, according to a new report.
Scientists working on the transmission of the H5N1 avian influenza strain have voluntarily agreed to halt research for 60 days to allow time for international discussion on its benefits and potential harms.
New York's aging Plum Island Animal Disease Center is preparing to be phased out by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility, NBAF, currently being built in Manhattan, Kan.