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The Timed Neutron Detector developed at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory garnered a humanitarian award from the Christopher Columbus Foundation in 2001 as part of the Discover Magazine Innovation Awards. Its primary developer, Richard Craig, received a $100,000 fellowship as part of the honor. This illustration shows how the TND's neutron source (top round image) emits neutrons in all directions while slowed neutrons are returned to the detector box.

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Document Title: Timed Neutron Detector
Category: Security: Local-National-International
Media Type: Graphics
Date of Image/Photo: 1999/2000
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