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Debate: Benefits of Laser Isotope Separation

Debate: Benefits of Laser Isotope Separation
Mark Raizen debates the benefits and risks of tapping into the rare isotopes of the elements.College of Natural Sciences physicist Mark Raizen debates the benefits and risks of dual use scientific research with and Francis Slakey, of the American Physical Society in the Federation of American Scientists "Up for Debate" feature.

The question: "Is the promise of tapping into the rare isotopes of the elements worth risking the threat of nuclear proliferation?"

Read the debate on the Federation of American Scientists website.
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Tuesday, 20 April 2021

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