New Doubts About Turning Plutonium Into a Fuel
11 Apr, 2011 12:00 am
The nuclear crisis in Japan has intensified a conflict over a project to turn weapons-grade plutonium into a commercial fuel called mixed oxide, or mox.
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If preliminary results hold true, they would add weight to warnings that the heavily dispersed oil in the gulf remains a persistent threat to sea life.
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British Petroleum, after nearly three months of desperate struggle, has managed to plug the well that was gushing oil into the Gulf of Mexico. "It felt very good to see no oil going into the Gulf of Mexico," BP Senior Vice President Kent Wells told a...
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It would appear that budding opportunities for market growth in the Western European wind energy sector blow strongest to the North. A study from Frost & Sullivan, Investment Opportunities in the Wind Energy Sector in Europe, reveals that Sweden has...
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