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FYI: What Material Is Water Most Afraid Of?
"Water can slide off like ketchup."
Russia is Building the World’s Largest Nuclear-Powered Icebreaker
As global warming softens ice in the arctic, Russia hopes to carve new sea lanes with the biggest 'universal' nuclear powered icebreaker the world has ever seen.
The Labs That Go Boom: The Beckman Laser Institute and Medical Clinic Deploys Photon Torpedoes
Tiny, super-powerful beams test the toughness of living cells
The Most Amazing Images Of The Week, August 20-24, 2012
There’s some history in this week’s roundup of stunning images. For one, we have a photo of the Nevada atomic … Continued
Bill Gates to Collaborate With China on a Fourth-Generation Nuclear Reactor
Bill Gates recently confirmed during a talk at China’s Ministry of Science and Technology that a company in which he … Continued
Visitors Enjoy a Nuclear Amusement Park in Germany
The 190-foot-tall whirling aerial swing in the Wunderland Kalkar amusement park, near the German-Dutch border, claims an unusual distinction: It’s … Continued
Run a Nuclear Reactor (as an Undergrad) at Reed College
Careers: Physics researcher, nuclear engineer
Uncle Sam Wants You To Store Our Nation’s Radioactive Waste
Which town will be the first to say YIMBY?
Concepts & Prototypes: Two Next-Gen Nukes
Nuclear power is the most efficient emissions-free energy available. But can it be made safe? Two new reactor designs do just that
Tennessee Valley Authority Looks To Build Six Small, Modular Nuclear Reactors
The first of their kind used for commercial energy generation