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labn: a workplace for the conduct of scientific research; a laboratory
clogv: to obstruct or block up (a passage, pipe, or system) with an accumulation of thick or sticky matter; to impede or hinder the progress or movement of something
filtern: any of several types of equipment or systems used to separate particles from liquids or gases or to remove specific forms of light
ventilationn: the provision of fresh air, especially to a room or building
replacev: to take the place of something
supervisorn: a person who oversees or directs the work of others
transferv: to move, pass, or change from one person, place, or situation to another
logbookn: a book or record that is used to keep track of important information, particularly related to the operation or maintenance of a vehicle, vessel, or other equipment or system
shiftn: a slight transition in position, direction, or trend
rollv: to move in a particular direction by turning over and over or from side to side
biologyn: the scientific study of life and the natural processes of living things
facilityn: a building or place that provides a particular service or is used for a particular industry
quantityn: the amount or number of something; magnitude
anthraxn: a serious bacterial infection caused by Bacillus anthracis that can affect both humans and animals; it is characterized by a range of symptoms, including skin blisters, fever, and difficulty breathing, and can be fatal if left untreated
inhalev: to breathe in air or a different substance, such as smoke
infectv: to affect a person, an animal, or a plant with a disease-causing organism
powdern: a dry and fine substance that consists of very small, loose particles
outbreakn: a sudden start of something, usually a disease or something dangerous or unpleasant
tragedyn: an event or situation causing great loss, misfortune, or destruction; a play or literature that deals with a severe and sad event and often ends with the death of the main character
bioweaponn: a biological agent or toxin that is intentionally used as a weapon to cause harm or death to humans, animals, or plants and to disrupt social, economic, or political stability
violationn: an action that breaches a law, rule, or agreement; an infringement of rights or duties
sponsorv: to provide funds for a particular event, program, individual, etc. as a way of advertising
biosecurityn: a set of measures and protocols designed to protect against the risks associated with the intentional or accidental release of biological agents, such as viruses or bacteria that could cause harm to humans, animals, or plants
leakv: to allow liquid or gas to get in or out from a hole or crack in a pipe or container
manipulatev: to influence or control something or someone to your advantage, often in an unfair or dishonest way
microben: a tiny living thing that can only be seen with a microscope and that may cause disease
engineern: a person whose job is designing, building, or maintaining something such as machines, structures, or software
virusn: a tiny infectious organic material that causes disease in people, animals, and plants
vaccinen: a substance that is put into the body and protects them from disease by causing them to produce antibodies (= proteins that attack harmful bacteria, viruses, etc.)
genen: the fundamental unit of heredity and the sequence of nucleotides in DNA that codes for the creation of RNA or protein.
therapyn: the act of caring for someone through medication, remedial training, etc.
treatmentn: the way in which someone deals with or behaves towards someone or something; medical care provided to a patient for an injury or illness.
realmn: a domain of activity, interest, or knowledge
intenseadj: (especially of a feeling) very strong; extremely sharp or severe
subfieldn: a specialized area of study within a particular field of study
superbugn: a strain of bacteria that is resistant to multiple types of antibiotics, making it difficult or impossible to treat with traditional medications
enhancev: to increase or improve the quality, amount, or strength of someone or something
pandemicn: an outbreak of a disease that affects many people over a very wide area
pathogenn: a bacterium, virus, or other microorganism that causes disease
typicaladj: having the usual characteristics or traits of a specific group of things
variantn: something that is slightly different from others of the same type
avianadj: relating to or characteristic of birds
influenzan: (formal for flu) a highly contagious viral disease that causes fever, severe aching, and catarrh and often occurs in epidemics
transmissibleadj: of or connected with something, such as a disease or trait, able to be passed or transmitted from one person or organism to another
staken: a share or financial investment in something such as a business; a wooden or metal post set up to mark something
unusuallyadv: in a way that is not typical or expected
strainn: a force or pressure that stretches or pulls something, sometimes causing damage; (biology) a group of organisms within a species that differ in trivial ways from similar groups
noveln: an extended fictional work in prose; usually in the form of a story; (adjective) original and of a kind not seen before
mammaln: any animal of which the female gives birth to live young, not eggs, and feeds her young on milk from her own body
advocaten: a person who supports or suggests an idea, development, or way of doing something
crucialadj: extremely vital or necessary
scenarion: a description of possible actions or events in the future; a written outline of a play, film, or literary work
criticn: someone who expresses opinions about the quality of books, music, etc.
unclearadj: poorly stated or described and therefore not easy to understand; not easy to perceive
evolvev: to develop gradually, or to cause the development of something or someone gradually
consequentlyadv: as a result or outcome of something
remotelyadv: at a distance; not directly or easily accessible
ongoingadj: continuing to exist or develop, or currently happening
disagreev: to have or express a different opinion, idea, etc.
catastrophicadj: extremely harmful; causing physical or financial destruction
numerousadj: amounting to a large indefinite number
featn: a notable or impressive achievement, especially one that requires great skill or bravery
decontaminatev: to remove or neutralize harmful substances, such as toxic chemicals, radioactive materials, or infectious agents, from a person, object, or environment
airtightadj: tightly sealed or enclosed, with no spaces through which air or other substances can pass; completely secure or reliable
spacesuitn: a protective garment that astronauts wear and other space travelers when outside a spacecraft or in a space environment
dedicatev: to give all of your energy, time, etc., entirely to a specific person, activity, or cause; to set apart for a particular purpose or use
oxygenn: the chemical element with the symbol O that is present in air and water and is necessary for people, animals, and plants to live
nestn: a structure in which animals lay their eggs or give birth to their young
disastern: an unexpected event or series of events that cause widespread damage, destruction, or loss of life
breachn: a break or opening, often in a wall or barrier, which enables passage or entry; a violation or infraction of a law, agreement, or duty, often resulting in legal action or punishment
environmentn: the natural world such as air, water, and land in which humans, animals, and plants live
technologicaladj: based on scientific and industrial progress
inconsequentialadj: of little or no importance or significance; trivial or negligible
spillv: to cause or allow liquid to run or flow over the edge of its container by accident
disinfectv: to clean something using chemicals or other materials that kill germs or bacteria, making it safe and free from harmful microorganisms
incidentn: an event or occurrence, often unexpected or unplanned; something that happens
accidentallyadv: by chance or without planning
stickv: to put something, usually a sharp object, into something; to restrict yourself to doing or using one certain thing and not change; (noun) a thin piece of wood or other material
endangerv: to put someone or something in a risky situation
vialn: a small glass container, especially one containing liquid medicine or perfume
smallpoxn: a highly contagious viral disease characterized by fever, weakness, spots on the skin, and often death
securedadj: fixed or fastened firmly in place; made safe or protected from harm or danger
storagen: the act or process of putting in and keeping something in a particular place for use in the future; an electronic memory device that can store information
unknowinglyadv: without intention or being aware of what is happening
contaminatev: to make something impure, unclean, or poisonous by contact or mixture
harmlessadj: not able or not likely to cause damage or harm
crisisn: a time of great disagreement, confusion, or danger when problems must be resolved or critical decisions must be taken
consequencen: the outcome of a particular action or event, especially relative to an individual
convincedadj: completely certain about something; having a strong belief or conviction in a particular religion
minimizev: to make something, especially something bad, small or less serious
examinev: to study or consider a person or object attentively and thoroughly to learn something about them
databasen: a large amount of data stored in a computer system in such a way that it can be searched and updated easily
near-missn: an incident or event that almost resulted in a serious accident or disaster but was ultimately avoided by chance, luck, or the timely intervention of someone or something
adaptv: to make fit for or change to suit a new purpose or environment
protocoln: a set of rules or procedures for transmitting data or conducting a process or activity, especially in computer networks or scientific experiments; the initial or original version of an agreement
robustadj: sturdy and healthy in form, constitution, or construction; strong enough to withstand or overcome intellectual challenges or adversity
warnv: to make someone aware of potential danger or difficulty, particularly one that may occur in the future
spillovern: the occurrence of a disease or infection spreading from one species to another, often from animals to humans; (economics) any indirect effect of public expenditure
unprecedentedadj: never having been seen, done, or known before
collaborationn: the act or situation of working together to create or produce something
transparencyn: the condition or quality of being easy to see through
overcomev: to succeed in controlling or dealing with something, such as a problem or difficulty; to defeat or overwhelm someone
hurdlen: a barrier or obstacle that must be overcome

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