IIBR research and development concerning environmental sciences ranges from numerical modeling to laboratory and field experiments in the areas of meteorology and atmospheric contaminants. IIBR has developed capabilities that enable detection and identification of hazardous materials, weather and dispersion prediction, physical protection and evaluation of potential risks.
The wind tunnel serves as a bridge between meteorological field campaigns and numerical modelling of typical gas and aerosol transport and dispersion in the lower atmospheric boundary layer.
Most currently-available vaccines were empirically designed, and contain attenuated or killed pathogens. The need to cultivate infectious agents and isolate the inactivated whole pathogen or some of its purified components, as well as concerns of safety, rendered this approach elusive for many pathogens.
The inhalation laboratory includes state-of-the-art exposure systems especially designed and built for safe exposure to precise concentrations of various toxicants.
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