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Colorado State funded for bioterrorism data

Researchers at Colorado State University have long studied the plague, smallpox, and other deadly, naturally occurring viruses. Now they are studying how to combat those that are manmade. “Bioterrorists didn’t invent these viruses,” said Tony Frank, the vice president for research and information technology at Colorado State. “These are things that were already in our research portfolio. What’s changed is how they’re introduced.” Colorado State has focused its research on protecting the nation’s human population and economically important plant and animal resources. Since the advent of bioterrorism, the urgency of that work has increased dramatically. Full Story

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