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Nuclear News: Jordan insists on right to nuclear power

Blog entry by jmckeati | 29 June, 2010

Jordan insists on right to nuclear power ‘Energy-poor Jordan, which is in talks with the United States to sign a nuclear cooperation deal, said Monday it does not want to give up its right to peaceful atomic power under...

Nuclear News: Nonproliferation Treaty meet urged to press Japan to end Monju program

Blog entry by jmckeati | 24 May, 2010

Nonproliferation Treaty meet urged to press Japan to end Monju program ‘OSAKA - Antinuclear activists from Japan, South Korea, Europe and the United States called on delegates at the Nonproliferation Treaty Review Conference on...

Nuclear News: UN Atomic Chief Amano Warns That Nuclear Accidents May Rise

Blog entry by jmckeati | 18 May, 2010

UN Atomic Chief Amano Warns That Nuclear Accidents May Rise ‘May 17 (Bloomberg) -- Nuclear accidents may occur more often as atomic technology spreads and countries build more reactors, International Atomic Energy Agency Director...

Nuclear News: US nuclear power plans hit by waste dispute

Blog entry by jmckeati | 14 May, 2010

US nuclear power plans hit by waste dispute ‘The Obama administration’s efforts to foster a renaissance in nuclear power in the US are coming up against an old dilemma - what to do with the waste. The climate bill before the Senate...

Inconsistency at the Nuclear Security Summit

Blog entry by Justin | 14 April, 2010

This is a very poor choice of words to describe the global market for nuclear materials as discussed at Barack Obama’s Nuclear Security Summit in Washington this week … Administration officials are unequivocal about the coming boom...

Nuclear News: The great atomic bluff

Blog entry by Justin | 14 April, 2010

Today's big stories from the nuclear industry: The great atomic bluff ‘Constant hold-ups, skyrocketing costs, faulty construction…Finland’s new Olkiluoto reactor, touted as the great white hope for Europe’s nuclear sector, is...

Nuclear News: Disposal of plutonium from U.S.-Russian disarmament is likely to take...

Blog entry by Justin | 9 April, 2010

Today's big stories from the nuclear industry: Disposal of Plutonium From U.S.-Russian Disarmament Is Likely to Take Decades ‘WASHINGTON - The plutonium that is the key ingredient in thousands of nuclear weapons sidelined in the...

Nuclear News: Fires from three U.S. nuclear plants over the weekend causes safety...

Blog entry by Justin | 31 March, 2010

Today's big stories from the nuclear industry: Fires from three U.S. nuclear plants over the weekend causes safety concerns ‘Emergencies were declared at two Progress Energy nuclear power plants in the Carolinas over the weekend...

AREVA’s ‘recycling’ cartoon is a fantasy

Blog entry by Justin | 19 March, 2010

We’re a big fan of French nuclear corporation AREVA’s promotional videos. If you haven’t seen their ‘ Funky Town ’ masterpiece, you should treat yourself right now. You’ll discover, among other things, that nuclear power can help...

Nuclear News: The proliferation business - Unstoppable?

Blog entry by Justin | 12 March, 2010

Today's big stories from the nuclear industry: The proliferation business - Unstoppable? ‘EVER since the atom was split, governments have struggled to control a force with potential for good that can also wreak awful destruction.

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