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This website is dedicated to helping the general public understand the geographic complexities of bioweapons.  On this site, explore the history of bioweapons, types of existing and potential weapons, and public health responses to consider in the event of a biological weapon attack. Click here to view a more in-depth summary of our work!

Jason Leehow ’16, Phillip Bernstein ’19, Stephanie Ovitt ‘15.5 and Timothy Fraser ’16

This tour provides an overview of some national biological weapons research and development facilities and testing sites. For an interactive look at some of these sites, see below!