Gennadiy N. Lepeshkin: Yeah, that was a tough one, as it was everywhere, including even in the United States. You know, Fort Detrick closed up shop too, in its day, as far as biological weapons development was concerned, and there were loads of scientists who had no idea where to turn. But they landed on their feet, and they set up a cancer institute at Fort Detrick. So, yeah, and it's a very good institute, they design mononuclear antibodies and that institute is thriving today. So the scientists found a home for their skills. As for the designers, we had a hard time finding work.