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Pacific Northwest National Laboratory engineer Randy Hansen tests the Timed Neutron Detector, a device that detects landmines. The TND's principal investigator, Richard Craig, received a $100,000 fellowship in 2001 from the Christopher Columbus Foundation for the development of The Timed Neutron Detector, which detects landmines, as part of the annual Discover Magazine Innovation Awards.

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Document Title: Timed Neutron Detector
Category: Security: Local-National-International
Media Type: Photos
Date of Image/Photo: October 2000
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