It’s difficult to miss the giant RADIOACTIVE label on this specimen of kasolite and curite (named for Marie Curie!). Such samples need to be stored in bags and exposure extremely limited by research staff, who keep Geiger counters handy to frequently check radiation levels in and around these cabinets.

It’s difficult to miss the giant RADIOACTIVE label on this specimen of kasolite and curite (named for Marie Curie!). Such samples need to be stored in bags and exposure extremely limited by research staff, who keep Geiger counters handy to frequently check radiation levels in and around these cabinets.