This session from DARPA’s 60th anniversary symposium, D60, highlights the role of DARPA’s Biological Technologies Office in defending the homeland. BTO Director Dr. Justin Sanchez presents a new biosecurity framework to address the nation’s need for novel capabilities to counter bioterrorism, to deploy innovative biological countermeasures for warfighter protection, and to accelerate force readiness. In addition, Dr. Sanchez provides examples of BTO efforts within the framework, including restoration of nervous system function and achieving cognitive overmatch. Exercising U.S. leadership in emerging Biotechnologies. DARPAtv.

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