Ed Deutsch, the director of the University of Missouri research reactor, is defending the facility’s operation. He told the Nuclear Regulatory Commission the university has changed the way it’s running things at the university research reactor. New management with tougher guidelines are in place, he says. The NRC has been investigating two reports that shielding was removed from areas inside the reactor. The NRC should decide within the next month what kind of penalty the reactor will face.
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