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3D technology developed in Cumbria aids Japan's nuclear clean-up

Technology developed in Cumbria is helping Japanese engineers analyse the damage caused when the Fukushima nuclear plant was hit by a tsunami in 2011.

Cockermouth-based Createc and React in Cleator Moor have designed equipment that can be sent into highly radioactive areas where danger spots can be mapped with 3D images.

Look North's Alison Freeman reports.

  • 21 Jan 2015
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