Issue Date: January 12, 2009
A Search For New Science Opportunities
Some 5,600 Ph.D. scientists work in the Department of Energy's three main weapons labs, says Victor H. Reis, a senior adviser in the Office of the Energy Secretary. The total for the three is almost half that of the other 14 DOE labs combined, he adds. Reis and other nuclear weapons experts don't want to see this talent lost as the direction of DOE's nuclear weapons complex evolves. In fact, . . .
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