|March 21, 2016||
In March, Maia Avtandilashvili provided a 2-hour lecture to students in WSU's Internal and Environmental Dosimetry class (ENVR_SCI 523). Dr. Avtandilashvili introduced students to the Integrated Modules for Bioassay Analysis (IMBA) internal dosimetry software, and gave examples of how IMBA can be used as a tool to estimate radionuclide intakes from bioassay data such as urinalysis or in-vivo body count results.
|January 25, 2016||
In December 2015, Dr. George Tabatadze provided a 2-hour lecture and 3-hour laboratory practice to students in the Radiation Instrumentation class (ENVR_SCI 520). The class was offered by the Department of Environmental Sciences as part of WSU Tri-Cities' Graduate Certificate Program in Radiation Protection. The topic of the lecture was solid-state charged particle detectors.
|April 30, 2012||
In April, assorted glassware and laboratory equipment that was no longer used in USTUR processes was donated to Delta High School, a public Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics high school serving the Tri-Cities.
|December 7, 2011||
WSU’s Office of Marketing and Creative Services identified the USTUR Laboratory as a unique facility that is available to the students at WSU. We expect to be included on the College Board website in a few months.
To view the College Board's listing of the unique WSU facilities,
1. Go to www.collegeboard.org.
2. Click in the "College Search" field and search for Washington State University. A multi-page profile will appear.
3. Click on the "Housing & Campus Life" link. Unique facilities are listed under the "Campus" subheading.
|November 5, 2010||
USTUR director, Dr. Tolmachev, discussed the USTUR program with Dr. Kate Brown of the University of Maryland, Department of History for her current book: “A Tale of Two Nuclear Cities.” Following their conversation, Dr. Tolmachev provided her with a tour of the USTUR laboratory. Dr. Brown was WSU’s Columbia Plateau Seminar Speaker on November 4, 2010.
|October 24, 2010||
The USTUR made the Tri-City Herald's front page on Sunday, October 24 in an article titled, "Radiation Research: U.S. Transuranium, Uranium Registries in Richland provides clues to how radiation affects human body."
|October 6, 2010||
Following a WSU News Media interview with Dr. James, Science Daily published "Human Tissue, Organs Help Scientists Learn from Plutonium and Uranium Workers"
|July 22, 2010||A documentary film crew from Japanese television's NHK Science and Nature Unit visited USTUR's laboratory during a tour by a group of scientific conference participants. Later, they interviewed Dr. James about the USTUR research program.|
|February 12, 2010||
Twenty-one delegates (science fiction writers) from the annual RadCon Convention held in Pasco toured the USTUR laboratory to learn about our research program (and ask lots of questions)! The laboratory tour (an annual event) was arranged by PNNL. USTUR was selected as this year’s representative of “Hanford Science.”
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