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Barrick Museum News: Special Edition I

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CHERNOBYL 25 YEARS LATER
TUESDAY - APRIL 26 AT THE BARRICK MUSEUM
 

Experts from UNLV Harry Reid Center will look back 25 years after the biggest nuclear power plant disaster.
 

WHAT: A team of nuclear and radiation experts from UNLV’s Harry Reid Center for Environmental Studies (HRC) will explore ways in which the public, the environment, and US policy were aected by this event.
 

WHEN: Tuesday, April 26, 2011, from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Doors Open at 6:45 p.m.
 

WHERE: UNLV Marjorie Barrick Museum Auditorium


It’s been 25 years since the disastrous explosion at Chernobyl. The Harry Reid Center for Environmental Studies at UNLV has assembled a panel of experts to share their thoughts and answer your questions about what really happened at Chernobyl. The panel will explore ways in which the public, the environment, and US policy were aected by this event.
 

Speakers to include: Oliver Hemmers, Executive Director of the HRC; Denis Beller, UNLV Research Professor of Nuclear Engineering; Lynn Anspaugh, Research Professor of Radiobiology at the University of Utah; and Paul Seidler, Executive Director of the Nevada Alliance for Defense, Energy and Business and Manager of the Accelerator and Transmutation Research Program at the HRC.