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Detecting Clandestine Nuclear Programs

MIT professor brings new perspectives on nuclear technology and society.

  • March 14, 2014

MIT Assistant Professor of Nuclear Science and Engineering R. Scott Kemp is looking at how to move past traditional technical modes of verification by using open source literature as a way to detect clandestine nuclear programs. 

Video: R. Scott Kemp: detecting clandestine nuclear programs

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