McMaster students touring nuclear disaster site in Japan

They are part of the Fukushima Ambassador Program, which is funded by the Japanese government and the nuclear plant’s operator, Tokyo Electric Power Co. The initiative is designed to teach students from around the world about the physical, economic and …
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