April 24-25, 2018 | Berlin, Germany | Nuclear Weapons
Additive Manufacturing and Nuclear Nonproliferation: Shared Perspectives on Security Implications and Governance Options
The Stanley Center is hosting a workshop and dinner with select stakeholders to foster dialogue on the implications of additive manufacturing technology for nuclear proliferation. The exchange will bring together international participants with experience in the research, development, and governance of additive manufacturing technology and related policy measures. The endeavor aims to forecast the trajectories of additive manufacturing technology, identify specific near- to medium-term implications for nuclear proliferation, and to consider relative merits and costs associated with potential governance options to mitigate risks. A briefing paper that will define identified risks and provide policymakers and public audiences with insights from the dialogue will be published following the events.
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