Inside Sellafield's death zone with the nuclear clean-up robots (page 2)

In 2012 the former energy secretary Edward Davey asserted that it was the coalition government’s wish to see new nuclear power come forward as part of a balanced energy mix. Six years on and the only tangible evidence of this wish coming true is in Somerset where EDF is building Hinkley Point C. At the […] The post Last week’s poll: has UK nuclear new build hit the rails? appeared first on The Engineer.

Inside Sellafield's death zone with the nuclear clean-up robots

As Sellafield's Thorp nuclear reprocessing plant closes, the huge and dangerous clean-up begins.

Mon 26 Nov 18 from BBC Technology

Smallest patients have highest risk from radiation accidents, doctors warn

(Reuters Health) - Infants, children and teens who are unexpectedly exposed to radiation from nuclear power plants or improper disposal of medical equipment may be more at risk for health problems ...

Mon 26 Nov 18 from Reuters

Last week’s poll: has UK nuclear new build hit the rails?

In 2012 the former energy secretary Edward Davey asserted that it was the coalition government’s wish to see new nuclear power come forward as part of a balanced energy mix. Six years ...

Tue 27 Nov 18 from The Engineer

How HIV DNA is blocked from entering the cell nucleus

Multiple components of the nuclear pore complex and nuclear import machinery enable a protein called human myxovirus resistance 2 (MX2) to inhibit HIV-1 infection, according to a new study. ...

Thu 29 Nov 18 from ScienceDaily

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