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New Brunswick Laboratory

Laboratory Information:

New Brunswick Laboratory
9800 South Cass Avenue
Argonne, IL 60439
Website: http://science.energy.gov/nbl
Agency/Department: Dept. of Energy
Region: Midwest

FLC Laboratory Representative:

Mr. David Allen
Phone: 630-252-2446
Email: david.allen@ch.doe.gov

Background/History of the Laboratory:

New Brunswick Laboratory (NBL), located at Argonne National Laboratory in Illinois, is a Center of Excellence in the measurement science of nuclear materials for safeguards purposes. NBL serves as the U.S. government's certifying authority for nuclear reference materials and the DOE's central authority for nuclear material safeguards measurements and measurement evaluations. NBL provides an independent federal technical staff and laboratory resource performing nuclear material measurements, safeguards support, and nonproliferation assistance functions for domestic and international customers.

Mission of the Laboratory:

The mission of NBL is to be the most respected and trusted provider of the best nuclear material standards and measurement evaluation services in the world.

Facilities:

Technology Areas of Expertise:

  • Certified Reference Materials
  • Measurement Development
  • Measurement Evaluation
  • Measurement Services
  • Nuclear Safeguards / Nonproliferation Support