Korean scientists have developed the long-range locator of radioactive materials

The best and well-established tool for detecting radioactive contamination are well-known Geiger counters. They register the radiation sources to capture the flows of photons and electrons. But researchers from Korea recently proposed a slightly different method. According to the publication Nature Communications, their device is able to detect the source of dangerous radiation at very long distance. And the researchers even posted the Assembly instructions.

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