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Robots Coming to the Rescue in DOE Site Cleanup
« on: Sep 19, 2016, 06:00 »
Robots Coming to the Rescue in DOE Site Cleanup

Cutting-edge robotics took the forefront this week at the latest meeting of the House Nuclear Cleanup Caucus, an effort by government and industry stakeholders to raise awareness and identify issues in the multibillion-dollar cleanup of the U.S. Department of Energy’s “legacy sites” remaining from more than 60 years of nuclear materials and weapons development and nuclear technology research. 

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