The Minerals Council of Australia issued a communiqué following Scott Morrison’s comments where he said he would be okay with receiving proposals from the nuclear energy industry.
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Nuclear may actually be the safest form of power production that we have.
A researcher at the University of Kansas wants to study the fundamental factors that limit how atoms make bonds to uranium.
Even though the closure of the 50-year-old plant will take place by the end of 2018, it will take much longer to completely shut it down.
Yarn-like material collects largest amount of uranium to date
Majority of scientists classify nuclear as a sustainable and safe energy source, along with other renewables.
Trump campaigned on a promise to bring back coal that is increasingly being edged out of the U.S. power market by cheap, cleaner-burning natural gas.
Thin layers of solid oxide protective coating for metals can deform as if they were liquid filling rust-caused cracks.
EDF has been experiencing delays in restarting some of its nuclear reactors.
Rick Perry expressed concerns about the diversification of power sources and the stability of the country’s grid
Moon Express wants to mine Helium-3 on the Moon.
The deal will see Canberra supplying the necessary uranium to feed the European country’s nuclear power plants.
Dundee Capital Markets Vice President and Senior Mining Analyst David Talbot explains the turbulent currents roiling the uranium space, and names eight players he thinks are positioned just right.
Decades-long ban on uranium mining in Virginia is proving very difficult to change.
UK's decision paves the way for China to take a stake in or own 100% of the country's new nuclear power stations.
A majority in the Danish parliament is reportedly ready to allow the extraction and exports of the radioactive element from Greenland, which represents a historical shift in Danish foreign policy, after 30 years of opposition to nuclear power.
if they manage to crack thorium, the world will need less oil, coal, and gas than feared.
State-run Nuclear Power Corp. of India Ltd. plans to raise almost $4 billion to set them up.
Chances to build reactors grew fewer after the Fukushima accident, with many developed states trying to wean themselves off nuclear, but South Africa plans to issue a tender for one of the world's biggest atomic power deals soon.
What is happening in Japan is a humanitarian disaster, but not because of what primetime pundits and talking heads would have you believe.
Supplying over 31% of electricity demand, nuclear energy plays a key role in the EU’s generation structure, and emerges as a comprehensive and cost-effective generating option. In fact, it has the potential to reduce carbon […]