Grant: Ken Czerwinski

Ken Czerwinski (Harry Reid Center for Environmental Studies) recently received two grants. One, a $790,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Energy/Nuclear Energy University Programs, will be used for electrochemical corrosion studies for modeling metallic waste form release rates. He also received a $250,000 grant from Idaho National Laboratory/Department of Energy for 2012 radiochemistry fuel cycle summer school.

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