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January 26, 2015
Protection against radiation exposure
Memphis TN (SPX) Jan 26, 2015
The 2011 Fukushima disaster was a stark reminder of the continuing dangers posed by nuclear fallout, highlighting the need for an approved drug that can be taken after radiation exposure to protect against organ injury and death. A study published by Cell Press in Chemistry and Biology identifies a drug candidate called DBIBB that increases the survival of mice suffering from radiation syndrome, even when treatment started three days after radiation exposure. The findings suggest that DBIBB shows ... read more
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Britain to take nuclear plant share for national security
Britain will have a "special share" in the French-led new Hinkley Point nuclear power plant consortium to safeguard national security, British energy officials told a parliamentary hearing this week. ... more

Prosecutors refuse charges against Fukushima execs
Japanese prosecutors said Thursday that executives in charge of the Fukushima nuclear plant will not be charged, setting up a possible showdown with a citizens' panel that wants someone brought to book for the disaster. ... more

Russia-UAE have bright future in space technology cooperation
The energy sphere, including peaceful uses of nuclear energy and space technologies are among the most promising areas for cooperation between Russia and United Arab Emirates, Consul General of Russ ... more
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EDF Energy plans 10 more years for British nuclear plant
French owned EDF Energy on Tuesday announced it would extend the life of Britain's Dungeness B nuclear power station by 10 years after a Pounds 150-million ($227-million, 195-million euros) investment programme. ... more


Russia Produces Country's First Beryllium Specimen
A Russian university, in collaboration with a subsidiary of Russian nuclear conglomerate Rosatom's fuel branch TVEL, has produced the first beryllium specimen in Russia, the university's vice-chance ... more
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Two workers die at separate Fukushima nuclear plants: operator
A worker at Japan's crippled Fukushima nuclear plant died Tuesday after falling into a water tank, the country's nuclear operator said, the second fatal accident to blight efforts to stabilise the tsunami-battered facility. ... more

Alarm Shuts Down Unit at India's Kudankulam Nuclear Plant
The first unit of India's Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant was shut down when the emergency protection system was activated; there is no threat to safety, a source in the Indian nuclear industry told ... more
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President Xi confident of China's nuclear power future
President Xi Jinping on Thursday pledged that China will sharpen the competitive edge of its nuclear industry, which has seen healthy growth over the past six decades. The country will adhere ... more

China pursues "rationality" in nuclear safety
China's nuclear safety program was based on a foundation of "rationality, coordination and advancement", a joint administration statement announced on Wednesday. The statement - issued by the ... more

French govt minister calls for new generation of reactors
France should build a new generation of nuclear reactors to replace its ageing power stations that provide a majority of the country's electricity, the energy and environment minister said Tuesday. ... more
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EDF says can extend life of French nuclear reactors by 20 years
EDF's new chief executive said Wednesday that he is confident that it will obtain approval to extend the service life of its reactors in France by up to 20 years. ... more

China to Start Building Five Nuclear Reactors in 2015
China will launch the construction of at least five new nuclear reactors with a total capacity of more than five gigawatts in 2015, the deputy secretary general of the Chinese Nuclear Society (CNS) ... more
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Britain axes deal to clean up Sellafield
The British government on Tuesday scrapped a huge contract to clean up Britain's Sellafield nuclear plant after the company in charge was accused of delays and exceeding budgets. ... more

Rio Tinto to Export Australian Uranium to India Within Next Two Years
Mining giant Rio Tinto plans to start exporting uranium from Australia to India within the next two years, as soon as all needed measures are taken to restrict its use to power generation, its chief ... more

APS signs Westinghouse fuel contract
Westinghouse Electric Company has announced that Arizona Public Service (APS) Company signed a $250 million contract with Westinghouse for fabricating and delivering its newest fuel product for the ... more

Electromagnetic waves linked to particle fallout in Earth's atmosphere
In a new study that sheds light on space weather's impact on Earth, Dartmouth researchers and their colleagues show for the first time that plasma waves buffeting the planet's radiation belts are re ... more

Canada Safe Despite Fukushima Radiation in British Columbia Waters
Radioactive substances from the defunct Japanese Fukushima nuclear power plant have reached the Canadian shelf, but their levels are of no threat to people, experts have told Sputnik. "No prot ... more

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Japan Doesn't Know What to Do With Waste From Fukushima Nuclear Accident
It remains unclear where much of the radioactive material recovered following the 2011 nuclear accident at Fukushima will be stored, as municipalities across Japan have voiced heavy opposition to th ... more

Indian NPP's first unit begins commercial operation
The first unit of the Indian Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) built with Russian assistance has begun commercial operation under Russian guarantee, a source in Russian nuclear industry told RIA ... more

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S. Korea hacking suspect used China IP addresses: investigators

S. Korea says nuclear reactors safe after cyber-attacks

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