Gamma rays could improve screening for nuclear, other hazardous materials

Gamma rays could improve screening for nuclear and other hazardous materials. It is the stuff of scientists’ nightmares and science fiction writers’ plot points: a nuclear weapon is slipped into the U.S. on a cargo ship and detonates, destroying an American seaport and killing a million people.

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Apple bans iPhone use of two hazardous chemicals in iPhone production

Apple on Wednesday announced the ban of two potentially hazardous chemicals — n-hexane and benzene — from being used during the final stages of iPhone production.



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