Administrator attends ceremony to laud program that has trained more than 6,400 participants from 48 states and 19 countries
Morris Hassler, senior director of Consolidated Nuclear Security‘s Global Security & Strategic Partnerships, was named a fellow of the Institute of Nuclear Materials Management at the organization‘s 59th annual meeting in Baltimore, Maryland.
Y-12 recently acquired one of the most high-performing X-ray diffractometers available today, which will allow our scientists to study the intricacies of uranium.
Y‑12 was a pioneer in the nanotechnology business.
Manufacturing processes at Y-12 require the use of precision machinery modified to meet our unique process requirements and exacting specifications.
Y-12 recently developed a high-efficiency thermal neutron detector.
Y-12’s machining expertise complements our ability to produce additive manufacturing tooling and components.
We’re furthering research and development of additive manufacturing in national security applications.
Realistic training is enhanced by the use of relevant quantities of nuclear and radiological materials. These materials force teams to exercise the full range of their equipment and to properly exercise tactics, techniques and procedures.
The Y-12 site license allows the use of weapons-grade nuclear material, providing trainees the opportunity to recognize and detect materials of greatest concern. Available materials