Dual-Use Research as a Wicked Problem


The challenge of dual-use research in the life sciences emerged vividly in 2011 as scientists and policy-makers debated what to do about article manuscripts that described how to modify the H5N1 avian influenza virus so that it could spread between mammals (1, 2). Since H5N1 emerged in Southeast Asia in 2003, it has sickened 667 people and caused 393 human… (More)
DOI: 10.3389/fpubh.2014.00113


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@inproceedings{Koblentz2014DualUseRA, title={Dual-Use Research as a Wicked Problem}, author={Gregory D. Koblentz}, booktitle={Front. Public Health}, year={2014} }