Singapore is beefing up its nuclear safety capabilities, with work under way to install a network of radiation sensors around the island.
The National Environment Agency (NEA) told The Straits Times that it plans to install about 40 sensors across Singapore in two phases by the end of next year. Work to put up the first 20 sensors is ongoing and will likely be completed this year.
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