Nuclear Security & Deterrence Vol. 19 No. 45
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December 04, 2015

3-D-Printing Nuke Safeguards Pondered

By Alissa Tabirian
Brian Bradley NS&D Monitor 12/4/2015 A Mission Impossible-like, self-destructing file is one of several potential options for safe 3-D printing of nuclear weapons while limiting the spread of additive-manufactured bomb components abroad, experts said Tuesday…
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December 01, 2015

Experts Ponder Options to Safeguard 3-D-Printing as Proliferation Concerns Surface

By ExchangeMonitor
A Mission Impossible-like, self-destructing file is one of several potential options to safely 3-D print nuclear weapons while limiting the spread of additive-manufactured bomb components, experts said Tuesday as policymakers and nuclear experts wrestle with an…
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