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Dark Winter An Insider's Guide to Pandemics and Biosecurity

By: Raina MacIntyre(Author)
272 pages
Dark Winter
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  • Dark Winter ISBN: 9781742237671 Paperback Nov 2022 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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In Dark Winter, world-leading epidemiologist Professor Raina MacIntyre navigates the past, present and future of pandemics and biosecurity. MacIntyre examines the history of biological warfare (and why it is called the 'poor man's nuke'), Soviet and US bioweapons programmes, developments in genetic engineering, synthetic biology and catastrophic laboratory accidents. She also explores the COVID-19 pandemic and the heated debate around its origins, and shares the analysis she has conducted in trying to determine whether it's a natural or unnatural pandemic.

Looking ahead, MacIntyre outlines the future of genetic engineering, synthetic biology and bioterrorism, and the national and global security needed to manage quantum changes in technology, along with how we might avoid future pandemics.

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Raina MacIntyre is NHMRC Principal Research Fellow and Professor of Global Biosecurity at UNSW. She heads the Biosecurity Program at the Kirby Institute, which conducts research in epidemiology, vaccinology, bioterrorism prevention, mathematical modelling, genetic epidemiology, public health and clinical trials in infectious diseases.

By: Raina MacIntyre(Author)
272 pages
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