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INTA PhD student and Assistant Professor have essay published
Atlanta (June 30, 2008) — INTA PhD student Jonathan Huang and Assistant Professor Margaret E. Kosal have an essay on the international security aspects of neurosciences published by the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists.
Kosal will also be participating in an upcoming Bulletin of Atomic Scientists' virtual roundtable on cognitive science and biological weapons with 3 other experts on emerging technology and security.
"The security impact of the neurosciences,” Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, 20 June 2008,
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