This conference requires delegates to form opinions and solutions about biological weapons and their implications. From the ever-looming threat of biological terrorism to the regulations regarding the harboring of such viruses. Delegates are encouraged to discuss the regulations of such weapons on both a political and moral scale. This topic demands delegates to see the issue through multiple lenses and decide upon a just solution according to their country. Countries must grapple with the issues of eradication of viruses, and whether it is acceptable to carry out research and experimentation with such viruses. Countries may also form solutions regarding the safety of nations in the event of a bioterrorist attack. This topic allows for intuitive solutions and offers complicated debate over both political and ethical questions.