The US Department of Energy has backed John D. Tickle Associate Professor Lawrence Heilbronn’s research into radionuclide therapy with a large grant.
Four rising high school seniors worked with NE faculty and staff to test the ability of remote sensing robots to determine whether or not a radioactive source is present in a given location.
Lawrence Heilbronn, John D. Tickle Associate Professor in Nuclear Engineering, was recently elected to the National Council on Radiation Protection […]
Lawrence Heilbronn puts student needs first during his ten-year career with the Nuclear Engineering department.
As part of HITES12 2018, rising high school seniors spent part of a week on a project to work with and test robots used to locate hidden radioactive materials.
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