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Nuclear Forensics Skill Is Declining in U.S., Report Says

Date: July 29, 2010
Author: William J. Broad
QUOTE: “Although U.S. nuclear forensics capabilities are substantial and can be improved, right now they are fragile, underresourced and, in some respects, deteriorating,” the report warns. “Without strong leadership, careful planning and additional funds, these capabilities will decline.”

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