Columns, Blogs & Op-Eds

Lentzos, Filippa & Guy Reeves (2020) Scientists are working on vaccines that spread like a disease. What could possibly go wrong? The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, 18 September.

Lentzos, Filippa (2020) Biopower and precision surveillance, Lockdown Texts, BioSocieties, 28 August.

Lentzos, Filippa (2020) High-stakes virus research must end The Sunday Times,  12 July.

Trump, Ben D et al (2020) Building biosecurity for synthetic biology Molecular Systems Biology, 21 July.

Lentzos, Filippa (2020) Und wenn das Virus doch aus einem Labor stammt? Gastkommentar in the Swiss Tages Anzeiger, 23 May.

Lentzos, Filippa (2020) Will the WHO call for an international investigation into the coronavirus’s origins? The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists,  18 May.

Lentzos, Filippa (2020) Natural spillover or research lab leak? Why a credible investigation is needed to determine the origin of the coronavirus pandemic The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, 1 May.

Lentzos, Filippa  & Isobel Butorac (2020) Neurotechnology overview: Why we need a treaty to regulate weapons controlled by…thinking The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists,  28 April.

Lentzos, Filippa  (2019) What happened after an explosion at a Russian disease lab called VECTOR? The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists,  27 November.

Lentzos, Filippa & Cédric Invernizzi (2019) Laboratories in the cloud The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, 2 July.

Lentzos, Filippa (2019) Will splashy philanthropy cause the biosecurity field to focus on the wrong risks? The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, 25 April.

Lentzos, Filippa (2018) The Russian disinformation attack that poses a biological danger The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, 19 November.

Lentzos, Filippa (2018) Strengthen the taboo against biological and chemical weapons The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, 26 July.

Lentzos, Filippa & Jez Littlewood (2018) DARPA’s Prepare program: Preparing for what? The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, 26 July.

Lentzos, Filippa (2018) How do we control dangerous biological research? The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, 12 April.

Lentzos, Filippa & Cédric Invernizzi (2018) DNA origami: Unfolding risk? The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, 25 January.

Bruner, Robert & Filippa Lentzos (2017) Neuroscience–and the new weapons of the mind The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, 27 October.

Lentzos, Filippa (2017) Ignore Bill Gates: Where bioweapons focus really belongs The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, 3 July.

Lentzos, Filippa & Gregory D. Koblentz (2016) It’s time to modernize the bioweapons convention The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, 4 November.

Lentzos, Filippa & Nicholas Evans (2016) Four steps to rebuild trust in biology The Guardian, 23 May.

Lentzos, Filippa (2016) “Don’t single out the DIY community” part of the STAT news First Opinion feature Is do-it-yourself CRISPR as scary as it sounds?, 14 March.

Lentzos, Filippa (2015) Synthetic Biology’s Defence Dollars: Signals and Perceptions PLOS Blog, 27 December.

Lentzos, Filippa (2015) Mutational technologies: Engage public in gene-editing policy Nature Vol.521(7552): 289.

Lentzos, Filippa, Koos van der Bruggen & Kathryn Nixdorff (2015) Can we trust scientists’ self-control? The Guardian, 26 April.

Lentzos, Filippa (2014) Preventing a man-made pandemic The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists,  18 December.

Lentzos, Filippa, Catherine Jefferson & Claire Marris (2014) The myths (and realities) of synthetic bioweapons The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, 18 September.

Lentzos, Filippa (2013) Syria and bioweapons: The need for transparency The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, 21 November.