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By ScottMadden, Inc.
Analyzing critical areas and providing a detailed assessment with practical solutions
By ScottMadden, Inc.
ScottMadden, Inc., one of North America’s leading energy consulting firms, recently joined forces with RTI International, one of the world’s leading research institutes, to implement the nuclear industry’s leading emergency response program.
Launched in response to an initiative by AIFEN, the Association of French Nuclear Industry Exporters, the World Nuclear Exhibition (WNE), the new biennial event, will run from 14 to 16 October of this year at Paris Le Bourget with the aim of allowing...
By PenzaNews
On September 11, 2014, Russia and the United States have conducted mutual consultation dedicated to the future adherence to the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces treaty (INF) that was signed in 1987.
By Uranium Film Festival
The International Uranium Film Festival has been held for the second time successful in India. Now in 2014 more than 50 atomic films were screened in six cities. This is a short report about it.
By Radiologie Dix30
Radiologie Dix30, a Canadian radiology clinic, is introducing its new nuclear medicine services in an effort to provide the best quality of services possible to its patients.
By IMR Media Pvt Ltd
India may soon be forced to take a closer look at its nuclear no-first-use (NFU) pledge, says a leading defense analyst. Whichever government takes over in New Delhi after May 16, it will have to take some hard decisions on India's NFU policy.
By canadian association for renewable energies
Green energy scores very low as an option for future electricity supply in Ontario, according to 7,864 respondents to an online poll conducted by the provincial government.
By ScottMadden, Inc.
ScottMadden, Inc., one of North America’s leading energy consulting firms, is proud to sponsor and present at the Platts 12th Annual Utility Supply Chain Management Conference to be held Monday, January 20–Wednesday, January 22 at the Hotel del...
By AVEVA Solutions Limited
Russian power contractor signs new contract for AVEVA Plant solutions
By Lawrenceville Plasma Physics, Inc.
An independent scientific review indicates that an economical and clean source of fusion energy may soon become reality.
By ScottMadden, Inc.
ScottMadden assists TVA’s nuclear fleet to meet its NRC commitment dates ahead of schedule and under budget.
By Far-Eastern Federal University
The first admission of students in three specialties of the atomic energy field will take place in the Far-Eastern Federal University next year. FEFU joined the consortium of Rosatom State Corporation’s s key universities.
By FukushimaFAQ today made available a free briefing of selected excerpts from credible sources re the top issues surrounding the ongoing Fukushima nuclear disaster, complete with dozens of links to sources.
By Aspen Institute India
New Delhi, October 21, 2013: Underscoring the vulnerabilities in the existing national security paradigm, Indian defence analysts strongly advocated the need of formulating a well-defined strategic policy framework while addressing an Aspen Institute...
By The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Three mechanical engineering students of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) have designed a remote inspection vehicle which can examine a simulated radioactivity-contaminated area within one minute.
By AVEVA Solutions Limited
AVEVA today announced that it is a principal sponsor and exhibitor at the upcoming India Nuclear Energy Summit 2013, taking place 3– 4 October at the Hilton Hotel, Mumbai International Airport.
By Lawrenceville Plasma Physics
Tiny research start-up's billion degree plasma puts low-cost device closest to the ultimate energy prize
By ScottMadden, Inc.
ScottMadden, Inc., one of North America’s leading energy consulting firms, is proud to join industry leaders at the American Nuclear Society’s (ANS) annual Utility Working Conference (UWC) and Vendor Technology Expo to be held August...
By xCon Partners
European nuclear new build outlook might increase even more than already expected due to potential plans of the European Commission for Competition
By Noah Beck Books
Last month saw a 2,000% surge in sales of “The Last Israelis,” an apocalyptic novel about an Israeli submarine and Iranian nukes. Author Noah Beck think the sales spike may reflect growing concern about Iran's nuclear program.
By The Samuel Lawrence Foundation
A coalition of concerned citizens in Southern California publicly thanked former Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan for sharing his experiences during the March 2011 Fukushima earthquake, tsunami and ongoing nuclear disaster.
On Tuesday, June 4th, former Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan visits San Diego to speak about his experiences in a seminar entitled, "The Fukushima Daiichi Disaster: Ongoing Lessons for California". He will be joined by former U.S.
By PR First
GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc., a leading environmental and geotechnical consulting firm, announces that W. Fred Lenz, P.E. has been named to GZA GeoEnvironmental’s Executive Team as Chief Technology Officer.
By Samuel Lawrence Foundation
A strange billboard has suddenly appeared on the freeways of San Diego that has catalyzed enormous attention.
By Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc.
Across the Energy Sector – Natural Gas, Coal, Coke, Nuclear, Renewable
By IMR Media
International Seminar held at DRDO HQ makes solid recommendations for Indian preparedness to meet CBRNe threats
By AVEVA Solutions Limited
AVEVA announced today that it is exhibiting at Power-Gen India and Central Asia 2013, taking place 6 - 8 May in Mumbai, India.
By Mining Development Corp.
Natural Gas is breaking through the psychological $4 barrier. This could boost alternatives such as coal and nuclear which have been ignored by the market due to the common misconception that natural gas prices would stay...
By chernobyl witness
In the middle of the night - April 26 1986 - reactor number four of the nuclear power plant of Chernobyl exploded. Large amounts of radioactive material were launched in the air, contaminating about 200.000 square kilometer of Europe.

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