Biowatch Aims To Protect Half U.S. Population

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The U.S. Homeland Security Department has given more details on its $60 million sensor network to detect bioterrorism threats in 31 cities. Devices that continuously analyze cities’ air could save tens of thousands of lives in the days after a wide-scale attack, the Associated Press quotes officials as saying. Neighborhoods covered in the 31 cities
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