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April 30, 2016
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Ancient glass-glued walls studied for nuke waste solutions
Pullman WA (SPX) Apr 29, 2016
The modern challenge of nuclear waste storage and disposal has researchers at Washington State University looking back at ancient materials from around the world. They report on their work studying ancient glass and rock defense walls in a paper published in the May issue of American Ceramic Society Bulletin. At the Hanford nuclear site in eastern Washington, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is building the world's largest radioactive waste treatment plant for cleanup of 56 million gallons of r ... read more
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India's Mainland to Host Next Hub of Nuclear Plants
India has announced plans to set up half a dozen nuclear power plants on the mainland. Officials indicated their preference for Russian nuclear power plants as the terms and conditions of "expensive ... more
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BWXT tapped for nuclear reactor components, fuel
U.S. Navy contracts for nuclear reactor components and nuclear fuel have been given to subsidiaries of BWX Technologies Inc. ... more
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German power giants to pay into public fund to finance nuclear phase-out
Germany's nuclear power plant operators are to pay more than 20 billion euros ($23 billion) into a special public fund to cover the cost of dismantling their atomic generators, a special government committee announced on Wednesday. ... more
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Africa turning to nuclear to meet growing energy needs
The UN nuclear agency said on Friday that African countries are expressing greater interest in tapping nuclear power for their energy needs. International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Deputy Di ... more


DISASTER MANAGEMENT

Ukraine marks 30 years since Chernobyl shocked the world
Ukraine on Tuesday marks 30 years since the world's worst nuclear accident at Chernobyl killed thousands and forced a global rethink about the wisdom of relying on atomic fuel. ... more

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Thirty years on, Ukraine mourns victims of Chernobyl
Ukrainians held candlelit vigils Tuesday to mark 30 years since the world's worst nuclear accident at Chernobyl spewed radiation across Europe and left several thousand people dead or dying. ... more
CIVIL NUCLEAR

Advances in extracting uranium from seawater announced in special issue
The oceans hold more than four billion tons of uranium - enough to meet global energy needs for the next 10,000 years if only we could capture the element from seawater to fuel nuclear power plants. ... more
24/7 News Coverage
New mapping technique can help fight extreme poverty

Meadows beat out shrubs when it comes to storing carbon

Scientists show how Himalayan rivers influenced ancient Indus civilization settlements

Uncovering varied pathways to agriculture

Nuclear technology helps scientists study Australia's prehistoric ecosystems

Archaeologist says fire, not corn, key to prehistoric survival in arid Southwest

Shining a light on plant growth and development

CIVIL NUCLEAR

Toshiba takes $2.3 bln hit from Westinghouse write-down
Troubled conglomerate Toshiba announced Tuesday it had booked a $2.3 billion write-down of its US nuclear unit Westinghouse but said the sale of its medical devices business would reduce its forecast net loss for the year ended March. ... more
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France's EDF to decide on UK nuclear project in September
France's energy giant EDF will give the final green light to the controversial construction of two nuclear reactors at Hinkley Point in Britain in September, Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron said Sunday. ... more
CIVIL NUCLEAR

Belgium rejects German call to shut down 2 nuclear reactors
Belgium's Federal Agency for Nuclear Control (FANC) said in a statement on Wednesday that it would not shut two nuclear reactors despite German calls to do so. Earlier in the day, German Envir ... more
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SOLAR DAILY

France fires up push for renewable energies
France announced Monday it was raising its renewable energy goals and would become the first country to issue "green bonds" to fund projects which benefit the enviroment. ... more
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EDF shares dive 11 percent on news of capital injection
Shares in French energy giant EDF plunged 11 percent Monday after the state said it would lead a four-billion-euro capital increase as the company tries to tackle a huge debt pile. ... more
Space News from SpaceDaily.com
Ariane 5 rocket takes off with European GPS satellites

Russian space agency blames satellite loss on programming error

Tokyo airport to be 'scattered' with robots for 2020 Olympics

Trump tells NASA to send Americans to Moon

The Second Moon Race

Space Policy Directive calls for human expansion across the solar system

Robot Moon Base: Beijing's New Lunar Landing Program

DISASTER MANAGEMENT

Donors pledge cash to keep Chernobyl safe 30 years after disaster
Global donors on Monday pledged additional money to help Ukraine keep Chernobyl safe for generations after causing the world's worst nuclear power disaster 30 years ago. ... more
CIVIL NUCLEAR

France to lead 4 bn euro cash injection for EDF
France said late Friday that it would lead a four-billion-euro capital increase for power company EDF, months after agreeing a similar cash injection for the other pillar of its nuclear industry, Areva. ... more
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30 years on, Russia's Chernobyl victims say they have been abandoned
Russian pensioner Anna Venderenko says her village wrestles daily with the aftermath of the Chernobyl disaster, dreading the moment when a lifeline provided by the government in Moscow is slashed. ... more
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Britain 'fully confident' on Hinkley nuclear plant
Britain's energy minister has expressed "full confidence" that the Hinkley Point nuclear plant will go ahead despite concerns, insisting the country's energy needs would be met should it hit obstacles. ... more
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Belgium rejects German call for nuclear plants closure
Belgium on Wednesday rejected a request by neighbouring Germany to shutter two ageing nuclear plants near their shared border, arguing the facilities met with the strictest safety standards. ... more

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Japanese nuclear regulator deems 40-Year-Old Takahama reactors safe
Japan's atomic regulator declared Wednesday that two reactors at the Takahama nuclear power plant were safe, making a step toward restarting them for the first time since the 2011 Fukushima disaster ... more
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Safety checks at German nuclear power plants were faked
Administrators of two nuclear power plants in Germany have just admitted that employees faked safety checks, but they marked them as completed anyway. Employees not being efficient and regulators lo ... more


DISASTER MANAGEMENT

Lessons of Chernobyl disaster, 30 years on

DISASTER MANAGEMENT

Chernobyl zone turns into testbed for Nature's rebound

DISASTER MANAGEMENT

Defying radiation, elderly residents cling on in Chernobyl

DISASTER MANAGEMENT

30 years on, Chernobyl worker remembers the aftermath

CIVIL NUCLEAR

Finnish nuclear power plant reactor shut down after radioactive leak

CIVIL NUCLEAR

France finalising UK nuclear plant deal: minister

CIVIL NUCLEAR

Japan to dump tritium waste from Fukushima NPP

CIVIL NUCLEAR

Nuclear plans in turmoil as French Minister admits serious doubts

DISASTER MANAGEMENT

Ukraine to mark 30 years since Chernobyl shook the world

CIVIL NUCLEAR

US charges China state power company over nuclear conspiracy

Graphene is both transparent and opaque to radiation

Four of Japan's NPP operators seeking to reach deal on safety cooperation

Luxembourg offers cash to help close ageing French nuke plant

French nuclear plant could become electric car factory

Japan's only working nuclear reactors can stay online

South Africa's nuclear procurement process stalled indefinitely

EDF, CEA and AREVA establish the French Nuclear Platform

Rosatom to offer seawater desalination tech to Latin America

UK-US nuke waste deal to help fight cancer

Japan's Nuclear Watchdog OKs Use of Soil Freezing for Protection of Water

France's EDF stands by UK nuclear plant timetable

Husband of Areva's ex-chief charged with insider trading: source

Rosatom Studies Ecological Method of Uranium Mining in Tanzania

TEPCO bungles Fukushima cleanup as robots damaged by Radiation

Japan utility to scrap reactor over heavy safety costs

'No terror link' in murder of guard at Belgian nuclear centre

Russia's Rosatom receives first batch of fuel for space nuclear engine

Detecting radioactive material from a remote distance

France's EDF to decide on UK nuclear plant by May: Macron

Russia's Rosatom to train South African nuclear energy industry staff


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