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Faculty member Wade Marcum and researcher in nuclear engineering lab.
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Palmer to help lead nuclear forensics project

Camille Palmer has been selected as deputy director of a $25 million, 16- university consortium tasked with educating the next generation of nuclear forensic scientists while researching new technology for nuclear security and nonproliferation.

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