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5 myths about nuclear energy

Explosions. Radiation. Evacuations. More than 30 years after Three Mile Island, the unfolding crisis in Japan has brought back some of the worst nightmares surrounding nuclear power — and restarted a ...
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10 reasons to support Nuclear Power

One of my friends asked me on Twitter why I am supporting nuclear energy, and this even if it is a fossil fuel. Since this answer was quite elaborated I ...
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World Water Day 22nd March, 2015

Nuclear Technology in the Service of Mankind Water Availability and Use – How Nuclear Technology Helps Humanity Water is essential for life. All of us need clean ...
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World Forestry Day 21st March, 2015

Human Development without Endangering Forests Forests are the lungs of our planet. They provide the vital oxygen for sustaining life. But we are losing forest cover ...
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Contest Winners

 

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Announcing the winner of #Bloggination contest and a Heartiest Congratulations to:
1st – Pratiksha More
2nd – Ravi Mevcha and
3rd – Kaustubh Mayekar

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Announcing the winner of #NucleoMantra contest and a Heartiest Congratulations to:
1st – @azeemkhan93
2nd – @priraiyawat and
3rd – @iampoogowda

Latest News


Medical physicists in France have generated a series of medical isotopes from the irradiation of thorium-232 (Th-232). One of the products decays into thorium-226, a promising isotope for alpha radionuclide therapy, while another product is molybdenum-99 (Mo-99) – an increasingly sought-after isotope used in diagnostics (Phys. Med. Biol. 60 931). Radioisotopes ...
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DUBAI The United Arab Emirates (UAE) received Tuesday its first installment of a nuclear reactor from South Korea, a media report said. It signalled the Gulf state is progressing in its energy plans by expanding its nuclear power plants, Gulf News reported. The UAE, one of the world’s major oil ...
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Saudi Arabia and South Korea signed five key accords on Tuesday in Riyadh including a plan to study the feasibility of building nuclear reactors worth SR7.5 billion across the country.Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman and South Korean President Park Geun-hye also held wide-ranging talks here on economic ...
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(Reuters) – As China signs global deals to export its nuclear power technology, it faces a huge obstacle: it still needs to show it can build and safely operate these reactors at home. Aided by foreign technology acquired during three decades of development, China has the highest number of reactors being built ...
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