Revolution in Nuclear Detection Affairs

April 25, 2012

Warren Stern, Director of the Domestic Nuclear Detection Office, U.S. Department of Homeland Security

U.S. policies designed to prevent nuclear terrorism rely on efforts to find nuclear and other radioactive materials using advanced detectors. The presentatio examines how detector technology and strategy has evolved in the past decade; how there has been a revolution in approach to nuclear detection for homeland security applications; and how this revolution is being reinforced to help prevent nuclear terrorism.
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Sponsored by the Nuclear Policy Talks, the Institute for Security and Conflict Studies, and the Institute for Nuclear Studies