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Ahmednagar, weapons scientists are finding ways to work together.S. and Ghanaian experts convert MNSR in Accra to run on low-enriched uranium fuel August 2017Ghana reactor’s former highly enriched uranium fuel is flown back to China December 1999Federal grand jury indicts Wen Ho Lee a Los Alamos National Laboratory nuclear physicist on charges of stealing US nuclear secrets for China; he pleads guilty to one charge the next year G Grullón/Science But the damage to relations between Chinese and US nuclear scientists was done: Contacts ceased "Many Chinese experts felt greatly insulted" says Tong Zhao a nuclear policy analyst at the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy in Beijing Zhao says the director of CAEP Hu Side felt "there must be an apology from the US side for the lab-to-lab program to be resumed" Before that could happen the 9/11 terror attacks occured and the US government suddenly had a new paramount priority in the nuclear arena: securing weapons-grade fissile materials in the far corners of the globe That offered a new impetus—what Huizenga calls "a different angle"—for bringing Chinese and US nuclear scientists together Razor wire in chaotic curlicues festoons the ceiling of a bunker in Beijing that is an unlikely symbol of the renewed collaboration Its meter-thick walls are designed to shelter "special nuclear materials": weapons-grade uranium or plutonium As nuclear physicist Xu Zhenhua and a few companions walk into the dim chamber about the size of a volleyball court sensors detect the unauthorized entry and a repeated warning in Chinese blares from a loudspeaker "Wait don’t go past that line" says Xu pointing to a yellow stripe on the floor several centimeters away "What happens" "The wire falls down on you" "Ouch" Xu laughs In fact he says the wire "blanket" would normally be lowered to the floor when staff are absent The facility located at COE is a test bed for measures to foil nuclear thieves In an operational bunker if the razor wire failed to deter an intruder machines would pump the room full of fog The obstacles are designed to delay intruders for long enough to be caught before they reach three barrels at the center of the bunker—stand-ins for containers of fissile material A short walk away is a cavernous hall with artificial weather generators—wind turbines lightning machines and sprinklers—for live-fire training of nuclear SWAT teams; a Kazakh squad was put through its paces there last April Two other buildings house top-of-the-line instrumentation much of it provided by the United States for analyzing interdicted nuclear materials COE "is such a great opportunity for nuclear security collaboration" says Tam Le a specialist on physical protection of nuclear facilities at Sandia who has been working at COE to set up simulations and augmented-reality training For their part Chinese specialists visiting Los Alamos and other US labs are boning up on techniques for forensic analysis of nuclear materials at COE The interactions are paying off This summer IAEA ran a round-robin competition sending identical uranium oxide pellets to COE and 30 other labs around the world for analysis One challenge was to precisely assay the uranium isotopes which could shed light on the material’s source; on at least one measurement COE scientists came out tops The China-US collaboration at COE has grown so tight that DOE won an exception to US law to ship plutonium to COE as a reference standard "You would not expect that But it’s a very small amount" says Xu deputy director general of China’s State Nuclear Security Technology Center which runs COE At a China-US nuclear security dialogue last spring China shared proposals for using COE for further joint work in securing radioactive materials and other areas So far scientists from CAEP China’s nuclear weapons lab have not participated "The potential is there Time will tell" says Page Stoutland vice president for scientific and technical affairs at NTI which has recently brokered informal talks between Chinese and US nuclear weapons scientists NTI’s Moniz is less optimistic Renewing ties with CAEP he predicts "is going to be challenging for the next few years" The Ghana reactor’s old core—made of bomb-grade uranium—on the first leg of its journey back to China National Nuclear Security Administration Inside the GHARR-1 hall the reactor with its new LEU core is powering up Li gives the order to raise the control rod 2 centimeters at a time Each time the neutron count jumps and then levels off "This has been a long time coming" says Kwame Aboh who heads Ghana’s Nuclear Regulatory Authority The painstaking collaboration began when scientists from CIAE and Argonne National Laboratory in Lemont Illinois did rounds of meticulous calculations to determine how much LEU would be required to match the old core’s neutron flux That would ensure the reactor remains a powerful tool for analyzing materials and geological samples "The point was not just to remove the HEU but to maintain the facility’s scientific capabilities" says Peter Hanlon assistant deputy administrator for NNSA’s office of material management and minimization who led the US delegation As those simulations were underway CIAE and the United States built a "zero-power" facility for testing new MNSR cores in a guarded inner sanctum on the institute’s leafy campus in southern Beijing "Technically this was the most unique aspect of the conversion" says John Stevens a nuclear engineer at Argonne who took part The zero-power facility he says "allows us to deal with the uncertainties and tolerances and really figure out how to build the exact core for each reactor" Ghana’s new $15 million LEU core went through that vetting last summer At GHARR-1 the control rod nudges up another increment The neutron flux spikes—and then settles at the rate needed for a self-sustained fission reaction "We’re critical" says Li drawing a cheer and a smattering of applause Hanlon is pleased by the absence of drama "If you remember a reactor going critical that’s not a good thing" he says "You want it to be really really boring" With GHARR-1 back online the final step was to ship the old core containing about 1 kilogram of HEU back to China for long-term storage For weeks it sat just outside the GHARR-1 reactor hall encased in a 3-meter-high cask beneath a black tarp with a Ghanaian soldier cradling an automatic weapon nearby "I tell people ‘There is a small god hidden in there’" Aboh says The weapons-grade uranium riddled with radioactive byproducts of fission was awaiting transfer by armed escort to Accra airport On 26 August it was flown back to Beijing for storage (Science agreed not to publish this story until the HEU was safely back in China) At last Ghana’s nuclear physicists can resume their experiments including several dissertations that were on hold for a year "There has been a lot of stress a lot of tension from being shut down so long" says nuclear physicist Benjamin Nyarko director general of the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission "Now we will discover how the new fuel compares with the HEU" The Chinese and US physicists meanwhile are preparing for another MNSR conversion this spring in strife-torn northern Nigeria Once that is done the only HEU left on the continent will be in South Africa Many nonproliferation experts hope the Ghana operation and COE in Beijing will be curtain raisers for deeper and more extensive China-US nuclear ties "The personal relationships being built at the operational level are very important" Zhao says But personal connections won’t make up for the lack of a regular forum for Chinese and US nuclear weapons scientists which hampers collaboration in areas such as nuclear cybersecurity and verification for future arms control or disarmament treaties A stronger relationship "could enable Chinese nuclear scientists to argue better against the more hawkish Chinese military scholars" Zhao says The nuclear firewall has also stymied discussions about North Korea’s nuclear program—for example how to dismantle its nuclear infrastructure in the aftermath of a war or the regime’s collapse Official distrust—and lingering enmity—has been a showstopper "China has said that if the United States does not acknowledge past cooperation as legal and mutually beneficial then there is no basis for moving ahead" Zhao says Its conditions include a formal US apology for the Cox report But key figures in the US Congress oppose such cooperation with an assertive China and Bunn says "The US government has been unwilling to send that letter" "I would argue that both governments have been excessively stiff-necked" Bunn says He and others hope that the success here in West Africa will loosen things up Reporting for this story was supported by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis ReportingWritten by Agencies | Lucknow | Published: August 28 2009 6:18 pm Related News Taking exception to the BSP’s national executive held recently at Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati’s official residencethe UPCC’s media cell said on Friday that it will soon ask the Governor B L Joshi to seek an explanation from her for doing so “This is against the democratic traditions It has never happened that any political party used the official residence of a leader for an organisational function”UPCC’s media cell chairman Vivek Kumar Singh told reporters in Lucknow A party delegation will soon meet the Governor and submit a memorandum to him urging him to seek an explanation from the Chief Minister and take direct action against the state government for doing so The CM’s official residence in Lucknow was used as the venue for the ruling BSP’s two-day national executive on August 26 and 27 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: July 27 2012 6:58 pm Related News Bollywood stars Anushka Sharma and John Abraham have topped the list of best bikini and beach body in India while Jessica Alba and David Beckham dominated internationallyaccording to a survey The ‘Band Baaja Baraat’ actress received 11 per cent votes to top the list ‘Jism 2’ star Sunny Leone and actress Deepika Padukone came in second with 9 per cent votes each Bipasha Basu and Priyanka Chopra shared the third spot by receiving 7 per cent of the total votes while Kareena KapoorKatrina Kaif and Nargis Fakhri rounded off the best five list said the survey by Hotelscom In Indian male celebritiesJohn swept the poll with 20 per cent votes for the best beach body thanks to his body baring antics in ‘Jism’ and ‘Dostana’ Hrithik Roshan came in second with 17 per cent votes while Salman Khan came third with 7 per cent The best five was rounded off by Ranvir SinghRanbir Kapoor and Arjun Rampal Internationally”Fantastic Four” star Alba ruled as the best beach babe with 16 per cent of the votes She was closely followed by singer Beyonce Knowleswho stood at second place with 15 per cent of the votes Duchess of CambridgeKate Middleton was placed third with 5 per cent votesafter her photographs in a bikini during her honeymoon surfaced online ‘Umbrella’ hitmaker Rihanna and reality TV star Kim Kardashian came in fourth and fifth respectively Among the menBeckham took the top spot for having the buffest beach body in the world with 23 per cent of votes Hollywood star Brad Pitt came second with 13 per cent votes and “Magic Mike” star Channing Tatum stood third with 11 per cent of the votes Bond star Daniel Craig and footballer Christiano Ronaldo were fourth and fifth with 5 and 4 per cent of total votes More than 5000 travellers from ArgentinaAustraliaBrazilCanadaChinaColumbiaDenmarkFranceGermanyHong KongIndiaIrelandItalyJapanMexicoNetherlandsNew ZealandNorwayRussiaSingaporeSpainSwedenTaiwanUK and US participated in the June survey For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News we will not step back from our decision to covert in protest of such an injustice.” he said. a former agriculture minister was booked and arrested by the vigilance bureau in 2002 during the then Congress rule in the state. the RJD and the Congress?jab shehzada Pradhan Mantri ki pagdi uchhal raha ho, to expand their minds and to “graduate from allocating a quantum of water to allocating a quantum of benefits”. Opinion The second summit within four months between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and United States President Barack Obama this weekend could go down as the moment when India and the US found the necessary political will to turn opportunities that have been at hand for years into tangible agreements.

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