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5 Things I Like about Nuclear Science: Dr. Rita Baranwal

Department of Energy

U.S. Department of Energy Assistant Secretary for Nuclear Energy Dr. Rita Baranwal breaks down five reasons why she likes nuclear science.

10/15/2019

Containing a nuclear accident with ground-up minerals

Department of Energy

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories are developing a promising new way to prevent the spread of radioactive

9/30/2019

What is Nuclear Energy?

Department of Energy

Nuclear energy has been quietly powering America with clean, carbon-free electricity for the last 60 years. It may not be the first thing you

9/26/2019

IAEA 2019: Nuclear Power Can Change the World

Department of Energy

Secretary Rick Perry delivers remarks on the need for peaceful, civil nuclear energy at the International Atomic Energy Agency's 2019 General

9/26/2019

Fission vs. Fusion: What’s the Difference?

Department of Energy

All of the energy we produce comes from basic chemical and physical processes. That’s mostly been accomplished throughout history by burning

9/23/2019

Clean Energy Works in America

Department of Energy

The U.S. power industry generated more than 1,450 billion kilowatt hours of emissions-free electricity in 2018, avoiding more than 960 million

9/23/2019

Office of Environmental Management s 30th Anniversary

Department of Energy

On Tuesday, September 10, the Energy Department celebrated the 30th anniversary of the Office of Environmental Management, which oversees the

9/11/2019

Power Reactor vs Test Reactor

Department of Energy

This video discusses the differences between nuclear power producing reactors and test reactors.

9/7/2019

Transformational Challenge Reactor

Department of Energy

The Transformational Challenge Reactor will demonstrate a revolutionary approach to deploying new nuclear power systems. By building and

5/13/2019

Office of Nuclear Energy Intern: Kadijah Powell-Brooks

Department of Energy

Kadijah Powell-Brooks, a sophomore at Spelman College, reflects on her summer internship with the Office of Nuclear Energy. Nuclear energy is a

8/22/2019

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Chernobyl lives on: Drone expedition reveals unexpected "hotspots" of

Nuclear Power

Chernobyl lives on: Drone expedition reveals unexpected "hotspots" of

Fission 3.0 samples 13.9 percent 2.3 g/t at Beaver River

Nuclear Power

Fission 3.0 samples 13.9 percent 2.3 g/t at Beaver River

“Impossible ” Chemists Said – But They Had Discovered New Stable Form of

Nuclear Power

“Impossible ” Chemists Said – But They Had Discovered New Stable Form of

Physicists discover new stable form of plutonium

Nuclear Power

Physicists discover new stable form of plutonium

IAEA LEU Bank Becomes Operational with Delivery of Low Enriched Uranium

Nuclear Power

IAEA LEU Bank Becomes Operational with Delivery of Low Enriched Uranium

IAEA Mission Sees Safety Commitment by France’s Civaux NPP Encourages

Nuclear Power

IAEA Mission Sees Safety Commitment by France’s Civaux NPP Encourages