A new analysis by James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) experts Ferenc Dalnoki-Veress and Miles Pomper examines the use of blood irradiators containing the radioactive isotope cesium-137.
Rosenblum spoke about current risks and vulnerabilities of high-activity radioactive sources, particularly the cesium-137 in hospital blood irradiators, and emphasize security gaps and the potential consequences of a radioactive “dirty bomb.”
Browne, Ischinger, Ivanov and Nunn have written a letter to Presidents Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin urging the two leaders to use the July 7-8 G20 meeting in Hamburg, Germany, to work together on reducing nuclear and other military risks and preventing catastrophic terrorist attacks.
NTI Vice President Andrew Bieniawski joins the New York City Department of Health and Hygiene and the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center as the keynote speaker at their conference on eliminating radiological risks through the adoption of alternative technology.
NTI and the Moscow-based Center for Energy and Security Studies (CENESS), in cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the Government of Kazakhstan, sponsored a radiological security workshop in Astana, Kazakhstan on May 24-25th.
CNS' Jeffrey Lewis published a new infographic and article for NTI on the U.S. nuclear modernization program, which is unprecedented in scale since the 1980s and will require hard choices in an era of austerity.
NTI joins hundreds of government officials and experts from around the world during the 70th World Health Assembly (WHA) in Geneva, Switzerland this week to highlight the importance of health and security sector partnerships to counter biological threats and advance the Global Health Security Agenda.