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Katlyn Turner is a postdoctoral fellow at the Project on Managing the Atom and the International Security Program at Harvard University’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. She earned a doctorate in geological sciences from Stanfor

Sahar Nowrouzzadeh is a joint research fellow with the Iran Project and the Project on Managing the Atom at Harvard University’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. Beginning her tenure as a career civil servant within the US govern

As we enter another age of nuclear danger, the pope advances the cause of the new Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.
Nuclear Street
12/13/2017

It was a dramatic, hectic, nerve-wracking year for the Plant Vogtle Expansion project in Waynesboro, Georgia, as Georgia Power's year in review indicates. The high-tension drama was in the front office, but a clip shows that workers on the site
Nuclear Street
12/13/2017

The Ruthenium-106 spike detected by several European atmospheric monitoring networks in late September could have originated at a nuclear processing plant in Russia, although officials at the plant said that they had not experienced a leak at the pl

IAEA Director General Amano Discusses Cooperation During Visits to Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia
In a three-country tour around Latin America from 3 to 9 December, IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano discussed cooperation with Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia and emphasised the importance of applying nuclear science to address development needs.
Penn Energy
12/13/2017

The injunction ordered by the Hiroshima high court is likely to force the Unit 3 reactor at the Ikata nuclear plant in Ehime prefecture to stay offline after its regular inspection ends in February
Penn Energy
12/13/2017

A senior executive at the Russian nuclear processing plant suspected of being behind a spike of radioactivity over Europe this fall admitted Wednesday that the isotope recorded does emerge as part of the plant's production cycle but said its levels
Penn Energy
12/13/2017

A court ruled Wednesday that a nuclear reactor in southwestern Japan should not operate because it is too close to an active volcano and could be affected by a major eruption.




IAEA Coordinated Research Project Generates New Quantum Data on Hydrogen Fusion

IAEA Coordinated Research Project Generates New


Japanese Centre, IAEA Increase Collaboration in Training in Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Oncology

Japanese Centre, IAEA Increase Collaboration in


IAEA Director General Amano Discusses Cooperation During Visits to Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia

IAEA Director General Amano Discusses Cooperation






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