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Midwest Research Institute Launches Center for Biological Safety and Security (CBS2)
Date:9/13/2007

provides comprehensive technical support in areas such as:

-- Laboratory assistance from design to operations

-- Laboratory commissioning

-- Training and laboratory documentation development and implementation

-- Comprehensive biological security; assessments and training

-- Biosurety compliance

-- Regulatory compliance

-- Safety program development

In conjunction with the creation of CBS2, MRI is moving from its existing office space in Frederick to larger offices also located in Frederick. The CBS2 can reach back to over 250 MRI biological scientists to provide added capacity to meet expanding customer needs.

About Midwest Research Institute

MRI, a not-for-profit research organization with 1,800 employees nationwide, performs contract research and laboratory consulting services for clients in government, industry, and academia. Established in 1944, MRI is one of the nation's leading independent research institutes conducting research in the areas of national security and defense, life sciences, food and agriculture, transportation safety, energy, and environment. With headquarters in Kansas City, MRI also has facilities in Palm Bay, Fla., Frederick, Md., and Rockville, Md. MRI has managed the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in Golden, Colo., for the U.S. Department of Energy since 1977. The Institute's mission is to benefit society by providing solutions to national problems through scientific research, technology development, and technical services. MRI also promotes science education for youth by supporting Science Pioneers, which holds one of the largest science fairs in the country, and the FIRST Robotics Competition. For more information, visit http://www.mriresearch.org


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