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radiological

[¦rād·ē·ə¦läj·ə·kəl]
(nucleonics)
Pertaining to nuclear radiation, radioactivity, and atomic weapons.
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The symposium will have discussions on the latest developments regarding communication with the public in a nuclear or radiological emergency, added Cameron.
Erica said the license authorizes Laguna Water to acquire, receive, posses, own and use radioactive materials necessary for radiological analysis.
Based in Joliet, Illinois, Joliet Radiological Service Corp's practice seeks improved collections and benchmarking, as well as a stronger working relationship with its revenue cycle partner.
Department of Defense (DOD) Chemical and Biological Defense Program, which was established at congressional direction, the joint radiological and nuclear defense acquisition initiative was sponsored by the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Nuclear Matters.
Although DHS, NNSA and NRC have an interagency mechanism for collaborating on, among other things, radiological security, they were not always doing so effectively" Trimble said at a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee hearing.
The prefecture expects to receive IAEA technical support for nuclear plant safety control and radiological medical services.
Radiological Physician Associates (RPA XRAY) is comprised of 21 Board Certified Radiologists, providing professional diagnostic imaging services in north central West Virginia.
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The committee's legal system studied ways of exchanging information between countries of the region, which required developing an agreed special protocol, to prepare for and confront radiological and nuclear accidents.
The idea is to pinpoint weaknesses and vulnerabilities to the control and protection of radiological materials worldwide.
The plan gets activated in case of any radiological disaster," said Abdulrahman Mohammed Alarfaj, a prominent energy expert working at the Atomic Energy Research Institute of the Riyadh-based King Abdulaziz City for Science & Technology (KACST), here yesterday.
While we may not need such drastic measures at present, we should take steps to prepare for a radiological event in the homeland.

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