The Biosecurity Research Initiative at St Catharine's (BioRISC) is a newly-established world-class hub that will provide cutting edge, evidence-based information about existing and emerging biological security risks and interventions.
Creation of this initiative is particularly timely. Coordinated national strategies on biological security have recently been published and there is growing international dialogue on management of novel biotechnologies such as genome editing, gene drives, and synthetic biology.
100 Questions for UK Biosecurity
This workshop is to inform the research agenda for biosecurity and provide a resource for communities engaged in national and global biosecurity efforts.
More information on BioRISC can be found on their website.