Radioactive materials, radiation-producing machines such as x-ray machines and electron microscopes, and various types of non-ionizing radiation sources (ultraviolet, magnetic, and RF emitters) are used widely in teaching and research programs at Princeton University.
In conjunction with the University's Radiation Safety Committee, Radiation Safety staff members are responsible for assisting Princeton University researchers to use these various sources of radiation safely.
If you cannot readily find the information you are seeking through the Radiation Safety page, contact the Radiation Safety Officer for further information.
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