Public Health

  Posted on: Tuesday, October 1, 2019
Containing a Nuclear Accident with Ground-up Minerals
Homeland Security News Wire
Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories are developing a promising new way to prevent the spread of radioactive contamination and contain the hot molten mass that develops within a nuclear reactor during a catastrophic accident. A team of scientists discovered and patented a process for injecting sand-like minerals into the core of a nuclear reactor during an accident to contain and slow down the progression of a meltdown.

Read the Full Story
 
Public Health:
10/23/19   BlueWillow Receives FDA Clearance to Begin Phase 1 Study of its Intranasal Anthrax Vaccine
10/22/19   VA study finds contact precautions don't affect MRSA in long-term care
10/22/19   What Can We Glean from a Bean: Ricin's Appeal to Domestic Terrorists
10/19/19   CWMD Has 'Spun Down Worse and Worse' with 'Flawed' Biothreat Detection, Lawmakers Told
10/18/19   FDA Allows Marketing of First Rapid Diagnostic Test for Detecting Ebola Virus Antigens
10/18/19   The Risk of Lab-Created Pandemic Pathogens
10/18/19   White House Included on New USGS Map of Landslide Risks
10/18/19   WHO advisors extend Ebola emergency; European regulators conditionally approve vaccine
10/17/19   Vaping-related lung injuries now at 1,479 cases nationwide, CDC says
10/14/19   Man Gets Probation for Threatening OKCupid with 'Anthrax,' Purported AIDS-Infected Blood
10/13/19   12 Hours. 4 Syrian Hospitals Bombed. One Culprit: Russia
10/12/19   Partners in Preparedness: How Your Community Can Better Weather Disasters
10/11/19   Deploying a Drone as a First Responder
10/11/19   New DRC Ebola cases confirmed as FDA OKs rapid test
10/11/19   Tornado Outbreaks on the Rise
10/9/19   Bomb Cyclones and Breadbaskets: How Climate, Food, and Political Unrest Intersect
10/9/19   With End of New York Outbreak, United States Keeps Measles Elimination Status
10/8/19   In the last 10 months, 140 local governments, police stations and hospitals have been held hostage by ransomware attacks
10/7/19   Engineered Viruses Could Fight Drug Resistance
10/7/19   Man Admits Sarin, Bomb Threats Against Idaho City
Search Archives:



The St. Louis Fusion Center: Terrorism Early Warning Group is an information sharing initiative owned and operated by the  St. Louis Fusion Center. 
Should you have any questions please email info@sltew.org.

© 2019 St. Louis Fusion Center: Terrorism Early Warning Group. All rights reserved.