Welcome to our website, which is currently under development.
The Biochemical Security 2030 Project brings together academics and policy makers in order to improve science and technology review processes within the biological and chemical weapons conventions. Our projected outputs include a series of policy briefs as well as academic publications on a range of topics within this issue area.
The project is funded under the RCUK Global Uncertainties initiative as part of the Science and Security Programme.
The original project was designed and submitted by Dr Alexander Kelle (University of Bath) whom is currently seconded to the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons. The principle Investigator on the project is Professor David Galbreath, supported by the work of Brett Edwards.
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