At NUVIA, we well know the great variety of applications of nuclear sciences. The best-known applications are medicine and electricity production, but there are others in such diverse fields as defense and homeland security, environment, science and research,… and atomic archaeology!
How? Using portable gamma surveying techniques to identify buried archaeological features.
This innovative approach is detailed in an article by NUVIA’s Victoria Robinson in this month’s issue of Spectroscopy Europe. Victoria has been working with the University of Reading to research new gamma surveying techniques to identify buried archaeological features, and the article shares her findings.
Read the full story on page 20 of Spectroscopy Europe’s Sept/Oct issue below.