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  1. Clive disposal facility recognized by state, feds for workplace safetyRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Tooele Transcript Bulletin On-line

    EnergySolutions' Clive Disposal Facility was recognized last week as a voluntary protection program facility by the Utah Occupational Safety and Health Division."

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  2. Ontario's pot plans? Doug Ford wants to tread carefullyRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | The Toronto Star

    Premier-designate Doug Ford says he needs to first consult with his caucus, as well as municipalities, before deciding on any changes to the province's existing pot plans. Ontario Premier-designate Doug Ford announces his commitment to keeping the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station in operation until 2024 in Pickering, Ont., on Thursday, June 21, 2018. 1 comment

  3. Russia arrests former board member of Turkey's first nuclear plant: ReportsRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | Turkish Daily News

    A former board member of the company that is building Turkey's first nuclear energy plant has been arrested in Russia on espionage charges, Russian and Romanian media reported on June 20. Karina Tsurkan , who is currently a board member at Moscow-based energy company Inter RAO, was detained by Russia's Federal Security Service on June 15, Kommersant reported, citing unnamed sources. Although Inter RAO's website lists Tsurkan as a Russian citizen, Russian news agency TASS reported the arrested woman is a citizen of a foreign country.

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  4. As Fukushima residents return, some see hope in nuclear tourismRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Reuters

    On a cold day in February, Takuto Okamoto guided his first tour group to a sight few outsiders had witnessed in person: the construction cranes looming over Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. Tourists from Tokyo's universities, plant rice seedlings in a paddy field, near Tokyo Electric Power Co's tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, during a rice planting event in Namie town, Fukushima prefecture, Japan May 19, 2018.

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  5. China to open university to train workers for nuclear power industryRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | South China Morning Post

    State-owned CNNC plans to address severe skills shortage as the country tries to reduce its reliance on coal-powered plants Beijing plans to set up another university dedicated to nuclear power technology to address a chronic skills shortage as the country tries to develop its nuclear energy industry and reduce its reliance on coal. China National Nuclear Corporation , a state-owned nuclear power developer and operator, signed a strategic cooperation agreement on Friday with northern Chinese megacity Tianjin that included establishing a nuclear industry university with master's and doctorate programmes.

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  6. Why 'Ladies' Cocktails' Are Sexist - And What We Should Drink InsteadRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Forward

    What does the liquor industry think women like to drink? Is it "vodka that tastes like cupcakes, whiskey that tastes like cinnamon, or some "skinny-ized" variation of an otherwise classic drink" as Misty Kalkofen and Kristen Amann write in their new book "Drinking Like Ladies" ? What do women actually like to drink? Equally importantly, what would the legendary women who came before us have drunk and how can we have whatever they're having? In their sleek new book, which all started with a club, auspiciously-titled Ladies for the Preservation of Endangered Cocktails, or LUPEC, Kalkofen and Amann chronicle the lives of under-acknowledged female heroes and get some of the world's best female bartenders to mix drinks in their honor.

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  7. Cocktails Dedicated To History's Unsung Jewish HeroinesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Forward

    The following is an excerpt from "Drinking Like Ladies: 75 Modern Cocktails From The World's Leading Bartenders." These sassy broads, and the classic cocktails dedicated to them, are unsung heroines of Jewish history.

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  8. Darlington nuclear reactor to produce isotope used for medical imagingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | 680News

    Reactor number 3 at the Darlington nuclear facility in Clarington, Ont., on Oct. 30, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn A subsidiary of Ontario Power Generation is partnering with U.S.-based BWX Technologies to help produce radioactive isotopes used to diagnose such conditions as cancer and heart disease.

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  9. Senate approves naval nuclear fuel recyclingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Post Register

    ... will keep Idaho and the work being done at Idaho National Lab at the forefront of new innovation and use of nuclear energy," Crapo said in a statement. "By reusing spent fuel to power advanced reactors, we can supply the inputs necessary for ...

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  10. Environmental Coalition Demands Expedited Release of Documents...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Common Dreams

    A coalition of environmental groups, including Beyond Nuclear, Don't Waste Michigan, Public Citizen, and the Sierra Club, have filed a Freedom of Information Act request with the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission , seeking documents related to its public meeting, as well as its separate, secretive, nonpublic meeting, both held with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Thursday, June 7, 2018. The FOIA request letter sent to NRC is posted online at Beyond Nuclear's website.

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  11. Ontario's Darlington nuclear reactor to produce isotope used for medical imagingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | CBC News

    A subsidiary of Ontario Power Generation is partnering with U.S.-based BWX Technologies to help produce radioactive isotopes used to diagnose such conditions as cancer and heart disease. Ontario Power Generation says its Darlington nuclear plant will become the first large-scale commercial station in the world to produce molybdenum-99, needed to make the isotope technetium-99 for medical imaging.

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  12. Marling and Stroud High students go nuclearRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Stroudnewsand Journal

    ... two joint winning teams. "The students were really inspired listening to Ben's experience of working in the nuclear energy business and how the project work that they have been doing relates to his day-to-day job and the running of a nuclear power ...

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  13. Nuclear operator flips decision in surprise meeting, phase-out policy produces side effectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Korea Herald

    ... well oppose the decisions, calling them null and void. The Moon administration vowed to phase out the use of nuclear energy. The decision to retire Wolsong-1 early gives an impression that the government is speeding up the policy, fired up by the ...

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  14. Half a Cheer for Trump Coal OrderRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Wall Street Journal

    The PSEG Power Connecticut coal-burning power plant, the last of its kind in New England, in Bridgeport, Conn., Nov. 12, 2014. Donald Trump doesn't qualify even as a George W. Bush substitute, much less a Cato Institute acolyte, when it comes to adhering to the principle of nonintervention in markets. 1 comment

  15. 90-tonne cancer-fighting cyclotron arrives in LondonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Haringey Independent

    A 90-tonne piece of cancer-fighting equipment that will improve the lives of hundreds of cancer patients every year has been carefully lowered into place in its new home. The size of a family car and weighing the same as seven London buses, the cyclotron is described as the "beating heart" of the new proton beam therapy centre at University College London Hospital .

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  16. Nuke power advocate films music video at EBR-1Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 19 | Post Register

    Eric Meyer, founder and director of Generation Atomic, performs at Experimental Breeder Reactor I near Atomic City on Thursday. Meyer is an advocate for nuclear energy to help reduce the use of fossil fuels.

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  17. Creating a new composite fuel for new-generation fast reactorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | EurekAlert!

    Joint research efforts of a team of scientists at Lobachevsky University of Nizhny Novgorod comprising chemists, physicists and engineers are currently focused on solving the problems of handling plutonium and minor actinides accumulated over many years. To this end, they are studying composite ceramics-ceramics and ceramics-metal materials on the basis of mineral-like compounds .

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  18. 4 Mountain Lion Cubs Discovered In Simi Hills DenRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 19 | CBS Local

    The litter of four females were found in a den June 11 on the shuttered Santa Susana Field Laboratory site, which spans more than 2,600 acres and is currently owned by Boeing, according to the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area. Their mother is P-62, who National Park Service researchers have been tracking since January.

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  19. Former Idaho governor says dona t bring Washington state nuclear waste over hereRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 19 | Tri-cityherald.com

    Former Idaho Govs. Phil Batt, left, and Cecil Andrus in 2015 at a press conference to protest a proposal to bring spent nuclear fuel rods to the Idaho National Laboratory for research. Former Idaho Govs. Phil Batt, left, and Cecil Andrus in 2015 at a press conference to protest a proposal to bring spent nuclear fuel rods to the Idaho National Laboratory for research.

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  20. Renewables to account for 90pc of Australian power by 2050: reportRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 19 | The Age

    ... per cent," BNEF said. Coal will see a major slowdown in investment as fewer new coal plants are constructed. Nuclear energy will see little growth outside of China.

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