Commemoration Ceremony for the Late Mr Christopher Kennedy

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Readings

Chemical Disarmament in Syria and the Future of the Chemical Weapons Control Regime Swiss Federal Institute of Technology


Julia Kreienkamp, 13 November 2014

A study of contemporary dual-use chemical and life-science research potentially applicable to incapacitating chemical agent weapons Biochemical Security 2030 Policy Paper Series No. 8


Dr Michael Crowley and Prof. Malcolm Dando, 15 October 2014

Analysis of Chemicals Relevant to the Chemical Weapons Convention Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry


Marc-Michael Blum and R.V.S. Murty Mamidanna, 04 September 2014

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