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A Novel Way to Produce Two-Dimensional Nanosheets, New Material Property May Lead to High Temp Superconductivity, Scientists Harness CO2 to Consolidate Biofuel Production Process, and More in the DOE Science News Source

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'Green' Energy From Garden Grass, Mars Rover's Laser Can Now Target Rocks All by Itself, World's Most Sensitive Dark Matter Detector Completes Search, and More in the Physics News Source Sponsored by AIP

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Argonne to Work with Small Businesses on Nuclear Technologies

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The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory will be working with four small businesses on nuclear technology projects under the auspices of DOE’s Gateway for Accelerated Innovation in Nuclear (GAIN). The projects will be funded through GAIN’s Nuclear Energy Voucher pilot program, which is providing up to $2 million to assist new entrants into the nuclear field as they build the collaborations necessary to accelerate the development and deployment of innovative nuclear technologies.

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Activity of a New Synthetic Compound May Be Key to Cleaner Nuclear Energy

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An international team of researchers has discovered a new synthetic compound that acts to adsorb Xenon, an element and volatile radioactive waste commonly released by nuclear energy plants.

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New Material Has Potential to Cut Costs and Make Nuclear Fuel Recycling Cleaner

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Researchers are investigating a new material that might help in nuclear fuel recycling and waste reduction by capturing certain gases released during reprocessing more efficiently than today’s technology. The metal-organic framework captures gases at ambient temperature, eliminating an energy-intensive step.

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New Material Has Potential to Cut Costs and Make Nuclear Fuel Recycling Cleaner

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Researchers are investigating a new material that might help in nuclear fuel recycling and waste reduction by capturing certain gases released during reprocessing. Conventional technologies to remove these radioactive gases operate at extremely low, energy-intensive temperatures. By working at ambient temperature, the new material has the potential to save energy, make reprocessing cleaner and less expensive. The reclaimed materials can also be reused commercially.

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Physicists Steven Sabbagh and Jack Berkery Receive 2016 Landau-Spitzer Award

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Article describes winners of the 2016 Landau-Spitzer Award and the nature of their research.

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U.S. Army Camera Captures Explosives in Fine Detail

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While it's possible to study explosives, sans explosives, new techniques involving high-speed, high-fidelity imaging with optical filtering and signal processing techniques have recently made setting off explosives and capturing the data in real-time a reasonable alternative to developing a new simulation. Researchers report their findings this week in the journal Review of Scientific Instruments.

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Radiation 101: DoseNet Delivers Environmental Data as an Educational Tool

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DoseNet, a radiation-monitoring outreach project supported by Berkeley Lab and UC Berkeley, has a broad aim to inform and connect students and communities using science and data.

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A Final Statement on Nuclear Weapons and a Frightening Future for Foreign Affairs

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An Iowa State University political scientist says President Obama’s trip to Hiroshima is significant for the point it makes about the proliferation of nuclear weapons. Richard Mansbach also explains why this presidential election has him frightened about future U.S. foreign affairs.

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Towards Decommissioning Fukushima: 'Seeing' Boron Distribution in Molten Debris

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Decommissioning the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant just got one step closer. Japanese researchers have mapped the distribution of boron compounds in a model control rod, paving the way for determining re-criticality risk within the reactor.

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Cold War Warriors: Sandia’s Decades in Nuclear Weapons

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Sandia National Laboratories has produced a half-hour video about those who spent years working on Sandia's above-ground and underground field tests.

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Forget Fukushima: #Chernobyl still holds record as worst #nuclear accident for #publichealth

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