Peninah (Nina) Levine is a dual B.S./M.S. candidate in Nuclear Science and Engineering at MIT with a minor in Public Policy. After two years in the Laboratory for Nuclear Science as an undergraduate researcher, she joined the Laboratory for Applied Nuclear Physics during her junior year. Nina has spent one summer interning at Lawrence Livermore in High Energy Density Physics. She currently works on developing simpler, mobile systems for neutron resonant transmission analysis to improve understanding of isotopic compositions for warhead verification and fresh and spent fuel analysis.