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. "Front Matter." Life Sciences and Related Fields: Trends Relevant to the Biological Weapons Convention. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 2011.
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3.3 Microbial Forensics: An Opportunity to Take Advantage of Growing International S&T Capacity to Support the BWC
3.4 Doing Life Sciences Research Outside Traditional Institutions
4 Integration of Multiple Disciplines in Life Sciences Research
4.1 The Breadth of Relevant Fields in the Life Sciences and the Convergence of the Life Sciences with Other Disciplines
4.2 Examples of Areas in the Life Sciences That Reflect the Convergence of Multiple Disciplines
4.3 The Convergence of Chemistry and Biology
4.4 Challenges and Opportunities Related to the Integration of Disciplines in the Life Sciences
5 Monitoring and Assessing Trends in Science and Technology
5.1 Drivers and Roadblocks for S&T Development
5.2 The Relevance of S&T to the BWC: Looking Beyond Article I
5.3 Role of the Scientific Community
5.4 Summing Up: The Committee’s Findings and Conclusions
A Committee Member Biographies
B National and International Scientific Organizations Relevant to the BWC
C Workshop Agenda and Participants