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Biosecurity in the everyday laboratory work : why do I need to be concerned?

Venue

Universität Bern

In collaboration with experts of the Federal Office for civil Protection, the Curriculum Biosafety offers for the first time an advanced training course in Biosecurity.

Specimen bag for biological sample.
Image: A. Chiang (flickr)

Biosecurity concerns us all: How can I recognize a potential for misuse in my laboratory? Do I conduct Dual Use Reserach of Concern (DURC)? After discussing historical events, legal regulations as well as international provisions, the course will focus on concrete exemples from the participants' experiences.

Categories

  • Biosafety
  • Microbiology
  • Training