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Nuclear Forensics directly supports national nuclear security and is reliant upon access to expertise from right across the nuclear industry, academia and beyond. Many people from a diverse range of disciplines have experience and knowledge that could be invaluable to Nuclear Forensics, which by sharing will help support this exciting and important scientific field.
NuFor (Nuclear Forensics) is a new 2-day technical conference aiming to bring together experts from academia, industry and government to share developments in the field of Nuclear Forensics to a wider audience. The conference aims to highlight the work done throughout industry and academia that can be used to support national nuclear security, as well as promoting the exchange of information and good practice between those already involved in nuclear forensics and other specialists who could provide wider value to the Nuclear Forensics community.
The objectives for NuFor are:
The conference also features several prominent expert speakers from the IAEA, Metropolitan Police, US NNSA, UK MOD and AWE, whose talks will focus on recent advances in Nuclear Forensics-related areas.
“University of Bristol, hosting NuFor 2019”.