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Spoof-proof system uses radio signatures to enforce nuclear treaties

New Atlas 03 Nov 2023
An international team of IT security experts, led by the Max Planck Institute for Security and Privacy (MPI-SP) and Ruhr University Bochum, have developed a way of using radio signals to verify the location of nuclear weapon stockpiles.
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Unpredictable GHz fields mooted for nuclear warhead monitoring

Eweekly 30 Oct 2023
“The technology combines cyber-physical security assessments, previously only possible on data and security chips, with cross-system physics in a completely new way,” said Professor Christian Zenger of Ruhr University Bochum (RUB).
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Dortmund licks wounds, pivots to rebuild for next season

Journal Review 12 May 2022
All three new arrivals are Germany internationals ... “I didn’t have the feeling that the team squeezed everything out of itself this year,” Dortmund managing director Hans-Joachim Watzke told a radio show hosted by local newspaper “Ruhr Nachrichten.”.
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