National Nuclear Forensics Expertise Development Program

The objectives of this program are:
(1) to provide a stable foundation from which to develop and maintain the nuclear forensics workforce; (2) to provide a academic pathway from undergraduate to post-doctorate study in disciplines directly relevant to nuclear forensics, including radiochemistry,

geochemistry, nuclear physics, nuclear engineering, materials science, and analytical chemistry; and (3) to increase a diverse and highly talented cadre of new and emerging forensics experts who will fill specific expertise gaps in the area of nuclear forensics, an important homeland security mission.
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National Nuclear Forensics Expertise Development Program

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-For-profit organizations other than small businesses -Nonprofits with 501(c)(3) IRS status, other than institution of higher education

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Janet Bailey, Grants

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