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Protecting Building Occupants and Operations from Biological and Chemical Airborne Threats: A Framework for Decision Making C Presentations to the Committee The National Academy of Sciences Building Washington, D.C. September 18, 2006 Perspective of Sponsoring Agency Brian Reinhardt, Defense Threat Reduction Agency Overview of the Immune Building Program of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Wayne Bryden, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency HVAC for Enhanced Building Security Patrick Spahn Report from Working Group on the Potential of Enhanced Building Filtration in Reduction of Anthrax Morbidity and Mortality Following a Bioterrorism Attack Penny Hitchcock, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center The National Academy of Sciences Building Washington, D.C. November 14–15, 2006 Immune Building Toolkit Roger Gibbs, Special Projects Office Overview of NIST Programs Related to Immune Buildings Andrew Persily, National Institute of Standards and Technology
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