Published: Art Gelis

Art Gelis (Chemistry and Biochemistry) and his work as part of the team that developed and patented the ALSEP Process (Actinide Lanthanide Separation Process) are featured in a story published recently by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. The article highlights the successful tests of the ALSEP process that eventually will lead to implementation in an industrial setting to simplify nuclear waste reprocessing. Gelis is director of UNLV's radiochemistry program.

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