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By Mimi Hall WASHINGTON -- The largest private hospital in the nation's capital on Tuesday began installing sophisticated new radiation detectors in an effort to better prepare for a terrorist attack with a radiological "dirty bomb." The sensors, which will be placed out of public view at the 926-bed Washington Hospital Center, will immediately let doctors, nurses and other hospital staff know if someone contaminated with dangerous radiation enters the emergency room or other areas of the...
Thanks to ESA and UK technology transfer support, a British company has developed a device based on the gamma-ray detection equipment used in ESAâ€™s Integral astronomy satellite to detect and identify the radioactive material mixed with conventional explosives in â€˜dirty bombsâ€™.
A study suggests U.S. hospitals aren't adequately prepared for the medical consequences of a terrorist attack involving radioactive materials.
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By Eileen Sullivan Associated Press WASHINGTON -- The government is taking too long to secure radioactive materials across the country that could get into terrorists' hands, according to a government report.
By Jim Wyss, The Miami Herald Jul. 14--Ronald DeMeo places a radioactive wafer about the size of a silver dollar on his desk and waves a handheld Geiger counter over it. The machine chatters wildly, the numbers on the readout spin upward and visitors instinctively lean back.
Researchers at Purdue University are working with the state of Indiana to develop a system that would use a network of cell phones to detect and track radiation to help prevent terrorist attacks with radiological "dirty bombs" and nuclear weapons.
By Jane Sutton MIAMI (Reuters) - A judge threw out a murder-conspiracy charge against former "enemy combatant" Jose Padilla on Monday on grounds that it duplicated other charges still pending against the alleged al Qaeda operative. U.S.
By Jane Sutton MIAMI (Reuters) - Suspected al Qaeda operative Jose Padilla's trial was postponed to January from September on Wednesday because his lawyers asked for more time to review secret documents and translate recorded conversations.
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