Neuroscience and the Future of Chemical-Biological Weapons by Malcolm Dando
By Malcolm Dando
Over the past century, advances within the existence sciences have been utilized in the advance of organic and chemical guns in large-scale country offensive programmes, a lot of which unique the frightened approach. This examine questions no matter if the improvement of novel organic and chemical neuroweapons may be avoided as neuroscience progresses.
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