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FUTURIS | 06/07 12:39 CET

‘Atomic detectives’ scientists that keep us safe from radioactive criminality

‘Atomic detectives’ scientists that keep us safe from radioactive criminality

Futuris reporter Denis Loctier looks at the work of the ‘atomic detectives,’ scientists that keep us safe from the risk of radioactive criminality :“Nuclear terrorism is a growing threat, as more extremist organisations get closer to obtaining materials for a…