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November 14, 2016
CIVIL NUCLEAR
Vietnam to scrap planned nuclear plants: state media
Hanoi (AFP) Nov 11, 2016
Vietnam is scrapping plans to build two nuclear power plants over soaring costs and safety concerns, state media reported Friday. The communist nation approved plans to build the plants in 2009 in Ninh Thuan province with an eye towards easing energy shortages brought about by its rapidly industrialising economy. They were slated to have a capacity of 4,000 megawatts, developed with assistance from Russia's Rosatom and a Japanese consortium, and would have been the first nuclear plants in So ... read more

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CIVIL NUCLEAR

Japan, India sign controversial civil nuclear deal
Japan and India signed a controversial civil nuclear deal on Friday that will allow Japanese companies to export atomic technology to the Asian giant as the two countries deepen economic and security ties. ... more
NUKEWARS

N. Korea urges shift from US, Seoul says it has Trump's support
North Korea on Thursday warned the incoming Donald Trump administration will have to acknowledge it as a nuclear state, as the South said the maverick billionaire had pledged to protect it. ... more
CIVIL NUCLEAR

Russia, China Plan Documents to Build 2 New Tianwan Nuclear Power Plant Reactors
Russia and China plan an operational preparation of documents on the construction of two new reactors in China's largest nuclear power plant, Russia's Rosatom said Tuesday. "The heads of gover ... more
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CIVIL NUCLEAR

French, Finns divided over nuclear dispute ruling
Finnish utility TVO claimed partial victory Thursday in a bitter dispute with France's Areva over a troubled nuclear reactor in International Chamber of Commerce arbitration, but the French side dismissed the ruling as "technical". ... more


CIVIL NUCLEAR

Japan, India to ink controversial nuclear deal next week: reports
Japan and India are set to sign a controversial civil nuclear deal this week, reports said Sunday, as the two Asian allies look to boost economic and security ties to counter an assertive China. ... more

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CIVIL NUCLEAR

A new method to help solve the problem of nuclear waste
In the last decades, nanomaterials have gained broad scientific and technological interest due to their unusual properties compared to micrometre-sized materials. At this scale, matter shows propert ... more
CIVIL NUCLEAR

Rosatom Considers No Restrictions on Commercial Supplies of Uranium to US
The Russian Rosatom nuclear corporation does not consider any measures aimed at restrictions on commercial uranium supplies to the United States, Rosatom's Deputy CEO for Corporate Development and I ... 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

NUKEWARS

Putin signs law halting plutonium disposal deal with US
President Vladimir Putin on Monday signed a law suspending an agreement with the United States on disposing of weapons-grade plutonium amid a rise in tensions with the West. ... more
NUKEWARS

UN votes to launch talks on nuclear weapons ban
A UN General Assembly committee on Thursday voted to launch negotiations on a new treaty banning nuclear weapons despite fierce opposition from the world's nuclear powers. ... more
CIVIL NUCLEAR

Greenland uranium mining opponents join government
Greenland's ruling Siumut party on Thursday formed a new coalition after clashing with its former partners, but admitted it was divided on the controversial issue of uranium mining. ... more
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CIVIL NUCLEAR

Bulgaria to pay Russia 600 mn euros for dropped nuclear plant
Bulgaria said Wednesday it had agreed to pay Russia over 600 million euros ($655 million) in compensation after cancelling plans to build a nuclear plant on the Danube. ... more
DISASTER MANAGEMENT

Radioactive leak at Norway nuclear reactor
A nuclear research reactor in Norway suffered a minor radiation leak that is not believed to pose a threat to public health or the environment, Norwegian authorities said Tuesday. ... more
Space News from SpaceDaily.com
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

Ocean of Things Aims to Expand Maritime Awareness across Open Seas

Rocket Lab makes another attempt at rocket launch in New Zealand

Impressive Geminid meteors to peak December 13-14

CIVIL NUCLEAR

Germany approves controversial nuclear waste deal
Germany on Wednesday paved the way for nuclear power plant operators to pay 23.5 billion euros towards managing atomic waste, in a deal critics say lets firms get off too lightly. ... more
DISASTER MANAGEMENT

Impact of the Fukushima accident on marine life, five years later
Five years ago, the largest single release of human-made radioactive discharge to the marine environment resulted from an accident at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in Japan. Approximatel ... more
CIVIL NUCLEAR

Anti-nuclear politician's win hurts Japan atomic push
An anti-nuclear candidate pulled off a surprise victory in a local Japanese election at the weekend, hurting Tokyo's already struggling bid to restart shuttered reactors more than five years after Fukushima. ... more
TECH SPACE

Mars astronauts face chronic dementia risk from cosmic ray exposure
Will astronauts traveling to Mars remember much of it? That's the question concerning University of California, Irvine scientists probing a phenomenon called "space brain." UCI's Charles Limol ... more
FROTH AND BUBBLE

Scientists discover supramolecule could help reduce nuclear waste
Indiana University researchers have reported the first definitive evidence for a new molecular structure with potential applications to the safe storage of nuclear waste and reduction of chemicals t ... more

TECH SPACE

Study eyes radiation of everyday objects
Most people assume all radioactive materials are dangerous, if not deadly. But a new study on the radiation emitted by everyday objects highlights the fact that we interact with radioactive material ... more
NUKEWARS

Canada watchdog warns of faulty nuclear monitoring
Canadian regulators are failing to monitor the country's nuclear power plants properly and such safety lapses are unacceptable, an official said Tuesday. ... more




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TECH SPACE

Scientists and Engineers Evaluate Orion Radiation Protection Plan

CIVIL NUCLEAR

Japan nuclear reactor shuttered for safety work

NUKEWARS

Putin scraps plutonium disposal deal with 'unfriendly' US

NUKEWARS

Russia suspends US joint nuclear energy research

TECH SPACE

Color-changing smart material sensor to alert user to get out of sun

CIVIL NUCLEAR

South Africa's nuclear programme kicked into touch, again

CIVIL NUCLEAR

Deal signed for giant UK nuclear project

DISASTER MANAGEMENT

Melting Greenland ice threatens to expose Cold War waste

CIVIL NUCLEAR

UN trims nuclear power growth forecasts

CIVIL NUCLEAR

AREVA and Synatom sign a contract for the manufacture of transport and storage casks

Tardigrades use protective protein to shield their DNA from radiation

Britain approves Hinkley Point nuclear deal

US should act to support innovation in increasingly clean electric power technologies

Hinkley Point: a huge nuclear gamble for France

Is nuclear crucial to climate change targets?

Scientists expect to calculate amount of fuel inside Earth by 2025

Work starts on two new Iran nuclear reactors

Ex-Japan PM Koizumi says Fukushima not 'under control'

New simulations of wind power generation

Russia's Rosatom Ready to Help Saudi Arabia Build Nuclear Reactors

Sealing the Deal: Turkey, China Launch Nuclear Cooperation Partnership

Rosneft and Gazprom Discuss New Joint Projects With Japanese Companies

May defends delays on China-backed nuclear project

EDF board members sue to overturn Hinkley Point plan

Philippines eyes reviving mothballed nuclear plant

Iran to build two nuclear plants with Russia: official

U.S. capital comes up short on solar power

A new generation of cheap networked nuclear-radiation detectors

French state, EDF strike deal to close nuclear plant

Pro-nuclear countries making slower progress on climate targets



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