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Formatted Contents Note
1. Life sciences or death sciences : tipping the balance towards life with ethics, codes and laws / Ronald M. Atlas and Margaret Somerville 2. Whistleblowers : risks and skills / Brian Martin 3. Education for the life sciences : choices and challenges / Brian Rappert 4. Dual use : can we learn from the physicists' experience? : a personal view / John L. Finney 5. Science and technology developments relevant to the biological weapons convention / Royal Society 6. Options for a scientific advisory panel for the biological weapons convention / Catherine Rhodes and Malcolm Dando 7. Dual use biotechnology research : the case for protective oversight / Elisa D. Harris 8. Reflections on the role of research oversight in a web of prevention / Thomas V. Holohan 9. Export control and the non-proliferation of materials : national boundaries in international science? / Jez Littlewood 10. Chemical and biological weapons export controls and the 'web of prevention' : a practitioner's perspective / Robert J. Mathews 11. How does secrecy work? : keeping the disclosing secrets in the history of the UK biological warfare programme / Brian Balmer 12. Reflecting on the problem of dual use / Caitriona McLeish 13. Governing dual use life science research : opportunities and risks for public health / Emmanuelle Tuerlings.