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Nuclear Power in Space Is Focus of IAEA and UN Events
Future space missions could have new options opened up by nuclear technology, experts attending an International Atomic Energy Agency event have said.
Nuclear Reactor Crucial to World’s Medical Isotope Supply to Stay Closed for Weeks
The nuclear reactor in Petten, which has been shut down for four weeks due to a leak, will not be restarted until March 17 at the earliest.
UK Seeks Views on HTGR Advanced Reactor Demonstration Plan
Feedback is being sought on the proposed plan ahead of a formal Invitation to Tender for the Advanced Modular Reactor Research, Development & Demonstration prog
US DOE Launches Nuclear, Hydrogen Infrastructure Programmes
DOE has set in motion its programme to invest USD9.5 billion in clean hydrogen technologies which may include the use of nuclear power.
The Future of Nuclear Power
We profile five upcoming nuclear projects from around the world, as nations increasingly turn to the technology to meet decarbonisation targets.
DOE Launches Credit Program to Help Preserve Nation’s Nuclear Fleet
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is seeking input on a newly established $6 billion program aimed at supporting the continued operation of U.S. nuclear react
Nuclear Power’s Future Is Looking Brighter
Between 2009 and 2019, global consumption of renewable energy grew at an annual average of 13.4%. Over that time, renewable energy consumption grew from 8.2 exa
Electricity Production at Finland's New Nuclear Reactor Delayed to March
Electricity production at Finland’s new Olkiluoto 3 nuclear reactor has now been delayed to March from late February, according to operator Teollisuuden Voim
Macron Bets on Nuclear in Carbon-Neutrality Push, Announces New Reactors
France will build at least six new nuclear reactors in the decades to come, President Emmanuel Macron said on Thursday, placing nuclear power at the heart of
China and Argentina Sign Nuclear Project Deal
Nucleoeléctrica Argentina and CNNC have signed an engineering, procurement and construction contract for the development of the Atucha 3 nuclear power plant.
Terrestrial Energy Extends Fuel Testing Programme
The results will support licensing applications for commercial deployments of Integrated Molten Salt Reactor power plants.
Bruce 7 Prepares for Isotope Production
Bruce unit 7 has become the first nuclear power reactor in the world with installed capability to produce the medical radioisotope lutetium-177 (Lu-177).
Test Assembly of MBIR Research Reactor Vessel Carried Out
The six pieces of equipment involved in the test at the Volgodonsk branch of AEM technologies had a combined weight of 164 tonnes.
Rosatom Presents SMR Technology at EXPO 2020
Rosatom, the state nuclear corporation of Russia recently hosted Small Modular Reactors Day at EXPO 2020, which is currently taking place in Dubai.
IEA Report on Canada Welcomes SMR Developments
Launching the report on 13 January, IEA Executive Director Fatih Birol said: “Canada has shown impressive leadership, both at home and abroad, on clean and equ
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