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Renovated nuclear reactor building opens as world-class labs

Inside the new Nuclear Engineering Labs, researchers in the nation's top-ranked nuclear engineering program will focus on advancing nuclear security, nonproliferation, safety and energy.|Medium Read

Nuclear nonproliferation for the next generation

Early accomplishments include better detectors and new cryptography-inspired nuclear warhead assessments.|Short Read
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Consortium for Verification Technology: A strong start to year three

Michigan anchors consortium of universities and national labs working to shape nuclear policy and enforcement of nuclear treaties.|Medium Read
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New Nuclear Engineering Laboratory nearing completion

A $12.4 million renovation is on track to convert the former Ford Nuclear Reactor into a state-of-the-art Nuclear Engineering Laboratory.|Medium Read
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Toward universal cargo scans for nuclear weapon materials

Current methods produce high radiation doses, but a gentler scan has proven to be effective.|Short Read
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Michigan Engineering professor named among top physicists

Pozzi’s paper in the virtual issue improved on a standard simulation code used to model how a radiation source appears in a detector.|Short Read
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U-M-led team analyzes North Korea nuclear weapon test

Nuclear nonproliferation consortium finds that North Korea is unlikely to have detonated a hydrogen bomb.|Medium Read
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U-M and other CVT scientists study explosion in North Korea

Members of the Consortium for Verification Technology weigh in on magnitude of January 6, 2016 North Korean tests.|Short Read
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New laboratories continue research legacy at former Ford Nuclear Reactor site

Michigan Engineering begins construction of a new Nuclear Engineering Laboratory to advance research on nuclear measurements, thermal-hydraulics, detection and nonproliferation.|Short Read
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Sara Pozzi

Sara Pozzi learned about the Manhattan Project in middle school and it sparked a lifelong fascination that has shaped her career.|Medium Read
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U-M leads historic nuclear non-proliferation consortium

The University of Michigan is about to help make the world a safer place. The Department of Energy has issued a $25 million grant over five years to establish the Consortium for Verification Technology (CVT).|Medium Read