APPENDIX C
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Science and Security in a Post 9/11 World: A Report Based on Regional Discussions Between the Science and Security Communities APPENDIX C References American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Congressional Action on Research and Development in the FY 2006 Budget. Available at www.aaas.org/spp/rd/ca06main.htm. Accessed February 15, 2007. American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) R&D Funding Update on R&D in NIH FY 2007 House Appropriations. Association of American Universities/Council on Governmental Relations. 2004. Restrictions on Research Awards: Troublesome Clauses, A Report of the AAU/COGR Task Force. Available at www.aau.edu/research/Rpt4.8.04.pdf. Accessed February 14, 2007. Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, Medical Research Council, Wellcome Trust. 2005. “Managing risks of misuse associated with grant funding activities: a Joint BBSRC, MRC and Wellcome Trust policy statement,” September 2005. Cello, J., Paul, A., and Wimmer, E. 2002. Chemical synthesis of Poliovirus cDNA: Generation of infectious virus in the absence of natural template. Science. 297 (5583):1016-1018. Center for Strategic and International Studies. 2005. Security Controls on Scientific Information and the Conduct of Scientific Research. Washington, D.C. Check, E. 2006. Synthetic biologists try to calm fears. Nature. 441(7092):388. Council of Graduate Schools. International Graduate Admissions Survey. Available at www.cgsnet.org/Default.aspx?tabid=172. Accessed February 15, 2007. DeCrappeo, A. President, COGR, to Ms. Debra Overstreet, OUSD (AT&L), DPAP (DARS), IMB 3C132, The Pentagon, October 13, 2006. Department of Defense. 48 CFR Parts 204, 235, and 252 (DFARS Case 2004-D010). Defense federal acquisition regulation supplement; export-controlled information and technology. Federal Register. 70(132):39976-39978. Available at www.fas.org/sgp/news/2005/07/fr071205.html. Accessed February 15, 2007.

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