On December 9, 2011 the United States Government sponsored a workshop, The Intersection of Science and Security: a Case Study Approach, Continuing the global dialogue with the scientific and science policy community: focus on Asia and the Western Pacific. The purpose of this workshop was to give attendees a greater understanding of dual use research, including an awareness of strategies for managing dual use research of concern and an appreciation of how these issues are being addressed around the globe. The workshop utilized published articles as case studies, involving Mousepox and a SARS-like virus, as examples of dual use research of concern that highlight issues which investigators, institutions, journal editors, governments, and the scientific and security policy communities need to consider. In addition to presentations of the case studies, there were discussions among all panelists and attendees on global science and security issues as well as those of special interest within Asia and the Western Pacific, including information on training and education resources currently available.
Agenda, Meeting Materials and Participant Biographies available at: http://oba.od.nih.gov/biosecurity/meetings/Dec2011/Asia_Agenda_11-29-11.pdf
Archived Video Available at: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDB3BA8B0B3D32989