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August 08, 2016
CIVIL NUCLEAR
UK ties with China at risk over nuclear plant deal
London (AFP) Aug 7, 2016
Britain's decision to delay final approval for the Hinkley Point nuclear power plant risks cooling relations with economic powerhouse China under new prime minister Theresa May, analysts say. May's predecessor David Cameron, who quit after the June referendum vote to leave the European Union, made strong ties with Beijing central to his economic policy. During a state visit last year, Britain rolled out the red carpet for Chinese President Xi Jinping as it sought to attract investment to its aus ... read more

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CIVIL NUCLEAR

France's EDF 'knew in advance' about British nuclear plan delay
French energy giant EDF learned the British government wanted to delay its final decision on the Hinkley Point nuclear power plant the day before its board met to approve the plan, according to an email from its CEO seen by AFP. ... more
SOLAR DAILY

Low-carbon movement expected in North America
The net share of renewable and nuclear energy on the North American grid could rise by another 7 percent by the middle of the next decade, U.S. data show. ... more
CIVIL NUCLEAR

Tiny creatures prompt Australia to reject uranium mine
Australian environmental authorities Wednesday rejected a Canadian bid to build a mine at a major uranium deposit due to fears the project could threaten tiny underground wildlife. ... more
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FLOATING STEEL

Russia Creating Cutting-Edge Universal Nuclear Battleship
Russia's Severnoye Design Bureau has started working on the Project 23560 Leader-class destroyer that will combine the features of a destroyer, large antisubmarine warship and guided missile cruiser ... more


CIVIL NUCLEAR

France's EDF backs nuclear plan but UK delays
French energy giant EDF on Thursday approved a contested plan to build Britain's first nuclear power station in decades but the British government said it would wait before taking a final decision. ... more

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CIVIL NUCLEAR

UK nuclear project delay is 'bonkers': trade union
British trade unions criticised the government on Friday for delaying its final decision on the Hinkley Point nuclear power plant, seen by British media as backtracking on the project. ... more
TECH SPACE

Improving safety of neutron sources
There is a growing interest in the scientific community in a type of high-power neutron source that is created via a process referred to as spallation. This process involves accelerating high-energy ... more
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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

France's EDF faces crunch vote on British nuclear plan
The board of energy giant EDF votes Thursday on a hugely controversial project to build a nuclear power station in Britain which critics say could bankrupt the French utility. ... more
CIVIL NUCLEAR

Rosatom Plans to Develop 3D Printing for Nuclear Industry
Rosatom's new 3D business, which will use innovative metal powder materials and industrial-scale printers developed by the company itself, will start off by manufacturing parts for the nuclear indus ... more
CIVIL NUCLEAR

One of a Kind Nuclear Power Unit to be Connected to Electrical Grid
A third-generation reactor at the most powerful nuclear power unit in Russia's atomic energy network is expected to begin generating electricity by August, Aleksandr Shutikov, the deputy general dir ... more
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CIVIL NUCLEAR

Russia Lays Down Nuclear-Powered Ural Icebreaker at Baltic Shipyard
St. Petersburg, Russia (SPX) Jul 26, 2016 Russia's second serial project 22220 nuclear-powered icebreaker Ural has been laid down in St. Petersburg on Monday, a RIA Novosti correspondent reported. ... more
TECH SPACE

NASA Establishes Institute to Explore New Ways to Protect Astronauts
NASA is joining with Baylor College of Medicine in Houston to operate a new institute charged with researching and developing innovative approaches to reduce risks to humans on long-duration explora ... more
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Rocket Lab makes another attempt at rocket launch in New Zealand

Impressive Geminid meteors to peak December 13-14

CIVIL NUCLEAR

French state to pump 3 bn euros into EDF
France will pump 3 billion euros into state-controlled electricity company EDF, shareholders decided Tuesday, two days before it is expected to give the final green light to the controversial construction of two nuclear reactors in Britain. ... more
CIVIL NUCLEAR

India Continues to Push China to Support Its Nuclear Supply Group Bid
India will continue to engage China in order to obtain support for its inclusion in the Nuclear Suppliers Group, External Affairs of India, Sushma Swaraj said in the Parliament. "If someone do ... more
CIVIL NUCLEAR

Indian Scientists Go Nuclear to Provide Pure Water to Thirsty Sub-Continent
India may soon be able to achieve one of its most challenging development goals yet - providing safe, potable drinking water to a population of over 1.2 billion. Indian nuclear scientists have ... more
CIVIL NUCLEAR

Russia's TVEL Makes First Batch of Fuel for New Nuclear-Powered Icebreakers
Russia's TVEL company produced the first batch of nuclear fuel to be used in Russia's new serial project 22220 nuclear-powered icebreakers, the company's press service said Tuesday. Project 22 ... more
TECH SPACE

Active tracking of astronaut rad-exposures targeted
Radiation is an invisible hazard of spaceflight, but a new monitoring system for ESA astronauts gives a realtime snapshot of their exposure. The results will guide researchers preparing for deep-spa ... more

CIVIL NUCLEAR

France's EDF to decide on UK nuclear project next week
French energy giant EDF will decide next week whether to give the final green light to the controversial construction of two nuclear reactors in Britain, it said in a statement Thursday. ... more
TECH SPACE

Fallout Fungi From Chernobyl Flee Earth on ISS Radiation Study Mission
Fungi found growing in the fallout from the world's worst nuclear disaster are to be sent into space. Samples from eight different types of fungi taken from the Chernobyl exclusion zone are ready fo ... more




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CIVIL NUCLEAR

Indian NPP Second Unit May Start Commercial Operations in November

CIVIL NUCLEAR

EU investigates rescue of nuclear firm Areva

CIVIL NUCLEAR

China 'may build nuclear plants' in South China Sea

CIVIL NUCLEAR

Iran says to cooperate with France on nuclear project

CIVIL NUCLEAR

Fukushima reactor makers not liable: Japan court

CIVIL NUCLEAR

Russia's REMIX Innovative Nuclear Fuel Enters First Field Trials

CIVIL NUCLEAR

Germany may wait 100 years for nuclear waste storage site

CIVIL NUCLEAR

Russian floating nuclear power station undergoes mooring tests

CIVIL NUCLEAR

Reactor fuels Russia bid for post-Fukushima atomic lead

DISASTER MANAGEMENT

Pacific Ocean radiation back near normal after Fukushima: study

Huge helium discovery 'a life-saving find'

Radioactive cesium fallout on Tokyo from Fukushima concentrated in glass microparticles

EDF nuclear project 'more difficult' after Brexit: Sapin

Russia to spend $60M in 2016-2018 to fund space voyages to Moon, Mars

Expert says most nuclear fuel melted at Fukushima nuclear plant

Mitsubishi joins EDF in bid to save reactor builder Areva

Sweden's 100 percent carbon-free emissions challenge

Putin: Russia, China to Step Up Nuclear Energy Cooperation

India to send atomic experts to Namibia

India blames China for stalled nuclear group entry

California nuclear power coming to an end

India PM Modi heads to Uzbekistan to woo China's Xi

Launch of Arktika Ship Shows Russia's Ability to Churn Out Icebreakers

Proposed bilateral deal allows US to share nuclear reactors with Norway

Japan says ageing nuclear reactors can stay on line

Southern Research launches 'Gen IV' nuclear power effort with key hire

Bulgaria ordered to pay Russia for dropped nuke plant

France halts reactor in Areva parts scandal

A new material can clear up nuclear waste gases

US, Russia cutting nuke arsenals, but modernising: study



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