Global Catastrophic Biological Risks

Source: Advanced Science News

Global catastrophic biological risks (GCBRs) can have a massive impact on humanity — affecting people’s lives, the global economy, and international relations. Regardless of whether they’re naturally occurring, accidental, or manmade, the risk of GCBRs is only increasing. Despite the immense threat they pose, the problem of biosecurity is generally overlooked…

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A New York City high school sophomore passionate about redefining space exploration.

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