By Marylia Kelley, Jay Coghlan, September 1, 2003
Siting advanced bioweapons germ research at secretive nuclear labs could be a serious mistake, especially given Energy’s poor security, safety, and environmental records.
Read more: Mixing Bugs and Bombs
Issue: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 59 Issue 5 Topics: Uncategorized
Marylia Kelley is executive director of the Livermore-based Tri-Valley Communities Against a Radioactive Environment (www.trivalleycares.org), which monitors the activities of the Energy Dep...
Jay Coghlan is executive director of Nuclear Watch of New Mexico (www.nukewatch.org), a Santa Fe-based group that tracks the Los Alamos National Laboratory and related issues in the Southwes...
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