AMPLYFI’s research with Harvard University features in The New York Times.
Military analysts are increasingly concerned about North Korea’s “advanced, underestimated and highly lethal” bioweapons program. Starting three years ago, Amplyfi, a strategic intelligence firm, detected a dramatic increase in North Korean web searches for “antibiotic resistance,” “microbial dark matter,” “cas protein” and similar esoteric terms, hinting at a growing interest in advanced gene and germ research.
Originally by Emily Baumgaertner and William J. Broad for The New York Times, read the full article here