A biohazard viral containment device (VCDTM) has been invented in Fluidome that allows biohazard, such as viruses or microbes, to be live-cultured, for example, for amplification, drug testing, and other core research while being safely contained. The device, therefore, enables detailed biochemical analyses of microbes and viruses while minimizing exposure risks to laboratory personnel. As such, the VCDTM can permit biohazard research, which would normally be restricted to BSL3 laboratories, to occur in a standard biosafety level 2 (BSL2) laboratory. Of course, the device has applications for other less hazardous research as well; for example, some individuals may want to use this system to contain BSL2 organisms in a BSL1 environment, or perhaps just to provide an additional level of safety for staff.”