Pacific Northwest National Laboratory has developed a way to make radiation portal monitors like these produce fewer nuisance alarms when materials with naturally occurring radiation are imported into the United States.
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory has developed a way to make radiation portal monitors like these produce fewer nuisance alarms when materials with naturally occurring radiation are imported into the United States. Courtesy photo PNNL
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory has developed a way to make radiation portal monitors like these produce fewer nuisance alarms when materials with naturally occurring radiation are imported into the United States. Courtesy photo PNNL

PNNL makes U.S. border radiation monitors smarter

January 04, 2016 08:21 PM

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