U.S. national laboratories are developing technology to more quickly gather and analyze data following a nuclear or radiological attack, but congressional auditors say the government faces a shortage in personnel who can do the work. When a nuclear or radiological weapon is detonated, it’s possible for scientific investigators to determine where the device originated based on an analysis of its materials. It’s a process known as nuclear forensics, and Homeland Security Department ...
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