Nuclear Energy Guide

By Natallia Pinchuk, Nick Touran, Brian Wagner – A nuclear reactor is a system that contains and controls sustained nuclear chain reactions. Reactors are used for generating electricity, moving aircraft carriers and submarines, producing medical isotopes for imaging and cancer treatment, and for conducting research. more>

Control The Nuclear Power Plant (Demonstration), Henrik Eriksson

Inside a Nuclear Reactor (Photo gallery), LIFE

cfr Nuclear Energy GuideCouncil on Foreign Relations – Nuclear power comes with unique issues of construction, fuel, operation, and waste. Changes in related policies are needed as the industry seeks to grow. more>

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