Scientists at PNNL’s Shallow Underground Laboratory use an electroforming process to produce high purity copper for ultra-low background detector research and development for environmental, national security and fundamental physics applications. This research supports activities including international treaty verification to prevent and counter acts of terrorism.
Scientists at PNNL’s Shallow Underground Laboratory use an electroforming process to produce high purity copper for ultra-low background detector research and development for environmental, national security and fundamental physics applications. This research supports activities including international treaty verification to prevent and counter acts of terrorism. Courtesy Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Scientists at PNNL’s Shallow Underground Laboratory use an electroforming process to produce high purity copper for ultra-low background detector research and development for environmental, national security and fundamental physics applications. This research supports activities including international treaty verification to prevent and counter acts of terrorism. Courtesy Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

PNNL trying to keep world safe from nuclear weapons

September 12, 2015 12:07 AM