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Tuesday, March 25, 2014
leak at WIPP
Bob Alvarez, former Deputy Assistant Secretary for National Security and the Environment, examines the recent fire and plutonium leak at the WIPP nuclear repository in New Mexico; Egle Murauskaite explores this week's Nuclear Security Summit, and the changes in medical technology that will be discussed at the Summit in order to lessen proliferation risks. Best regards, Janice
The WIPP Problem, and What it Means for Defense Nuclear Waste Disposal: http://thebulletin.org/wipp-problem-and-what-it-means-defense-nuclear-waste-disposal7002
The Nuclear Security Summit: One Way to Fight Radiological Terrorism:http://thebulletin.org/one-way-fight-radiological-terrorism-alternative-technology
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By scooby at March 25, 2014
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