NSSPI student Braden Goddard has been awarded a 2010 U.S.
Department of Energy Innovations in Fuel Cycle Research Award for
his paper, "Real-time Detection of UREX+3a Extraction Streams for
Materials Accountancy." Goddard won third place in the category of
Nuclear Materials Accountability and Control Instrumentation, an
award that carries with it a cash prize of $2000.
The awards are given by the Office of Fuel Cycle Technologies of
the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to recognize innovation in
fuel-cycle-relevant research being conducted by graduate and