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International Atomic Energy Agency Jul 21
can kill cancer cells, but how much is too much? What about too little? Learn how physicists do it and why it matters.
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International Atomic Energy Agency Jul 25
How do you measure ? Here's a look at how scientists use curies, becquerels, grays and sieverts to quantify and estimate the impact of radiation.
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International Atomic Energy Agency Aug 21
What is ? How can it be used? Watch 📽 and learn about these amazing rays.
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Jillian Barberie Jul 27
From my birth sisters and my friend Shadeen for finishing treatment!!
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Abhishek Bhatnagar Aug 9
This is how you check levels on your smartphone.
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Christina Consolo ☢ aka RadChick Aug 9
RC: I have info outside of TASS re: Russian release & other sources confirm. It was a local issue affecting only the regional area, stop irresponsible rumors. It's not blowing towards US ffs. It was a rocket test experiment, not nuclear plant. Injuries serious. 2/2 🚩
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HEIDI HUTNER Jul 31
This comment is insane - is incredibly dangerous, harming innocent people in disaster sites the world over, and we have thousands of nuclear weapons... This statement is incredibly dismissive of the seriousness of radiation exposures & nuclear weaponry
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Photonics Research and Innovation (PREIN) Aug 9
When Science meets History. Extremely sensitive detection technique developed by our researchers and Prof. Juha Toivonen has allowed to image the from the famous Heisenberg Uranium cubes owned by the German Federal Office for Radiation Protection.
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Rick van den Bovenkamp Aug 18
So this must be the explanation of the spike measured the 16th in
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Mak_Canada Aug 21
says no threat from recent explosion, but mum on details of accident | CBC News
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JEaN baptiSed Aug 19
by the way whats wrong with the ? there was a rumor about it glowing inna night , maybe or instead
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Amir Tsarfati Aug 11
A mystery explosion at a weapons testing range involved radioactive materials, the authorities admitted on , as the blast’s admitted death toll rose and signs of a creeping emergency, or at the least fear of one, grew harder to mask.
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Airborne dust monitors(include natural )around site perimeter routinely spike in midnight to dawn. Aug9,max.nearly alarm Lv(10 Bq/m3) What's going on? + govt's replulsive activities to return evacuees,while to reuse radioactive wastes≦8 KBq/kg
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We’ve updated out guidance on the Integrated Research Application System (IRAS) for all studies involving . See more here:
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International Atomic Energy Agency Aug 8
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