This is a link post for the Biosecurity Fundamentals Curriculum
Germ Warfare: A Very Graphic History (20 mins)
Biotechnology Research in an Age of Terrorism US National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, 2004. (Recommended by Gregory Lewis as comprehensive and valuable for US context, despite being a bit dated.)
Journal of Conflict Resolution: Poor Man’s Atomic Bomb
A century of biological-weapons programs (1915–2015): reviewing the evidence, W. Seth Carus, The Nonproliferation Review, November 2017.
Aum Shinrikyo: Insights into how terrorists develop biological and chemical weapons, Hidemi Yuki et al., Center for a New American Security, July 2011. (Strongly recommend for an inside look at the functioning of a near-omnicidal organisation based on interviews with people near the top.)
This one I co-wrote is a pretty good response to the question of “why would states even do this??”
This FLI podcast with Matt Meselson is pretty great