By Kate J. Dennis, Jason Rugolo, Lee T. Murray, Justin Parrella, David M. Romps, Christopher D. Holmes, Kurt Z. House, Benjamin G. Lee, Mark T. Winkler | November 1, 2009
Last summer, 11 Harvard graduate students and postdocs went to France to
investigate Areva’s spent fuel reprocessing. On the trip, they
debated whether the United States should reprocess as well. What resulted was
the typical split that has followed this debate for decades.
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