Recent Examples of radiological from the Web
Anti-terrorism units, called maritime safety and security teams, carry out port-safety patrols and are trained to operate after an attack by chemical, biological or radiological means.
J.J. Sarah Leffel is a chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear specialist — the military equivalent to someone working in hazardous materials.
Chemical, biological and radiological threats have been in headlines recently and companies have brought many solutions to tackle these challenges from detection devices through to protective clothing.
Bloomberg Businessweek wrote in 2015 about a spate of malware infections at hospitals where radiological machines, blood-gas analyzers and other devices were compromised and used to siphon off the personal data of patients.
Employment for radiological and MRI technologists is expected to grow 9 percent through 2024, with annual median wages running between $57,450 and $68,420.
There has been no radiological contamination reported from the Tuesday collapse, U.S. Department of Energy officials said Wednesday.
Spokesman Destry Henderson, through a 6:30 a.m. Facebook video, said air monitors showed no sign of radiological release overnight.
Starting in 2008, scientists took a fresh look at the fossils, using newer radiological dating methods.
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Medical Definition of radiological
1: of or relating to radiology radiological treatment
2: of or relating to especially nuclear radiation radiological physics; specifically : producing or capable of producing casualties by nuclear radiation radiological hazards
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