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Some of the nuclear power plants shut down after the Fukushima disaster could restart soon.
Transatomic is developing a new kind of molten-salt reactor designed to overcome the major barriers to nuclear power.
The former chief technology officer of Microsoft on why he’s backing the nuclear energy startup TerraPower.
A few countries have scaled back in response to the disaster, but many others are building or planning new nuclear reactors.
Terrapower is pushing ahead with a reactor design that uses a nearly inexhaustible fuel source.
Merkel’s plan to exchange nuclear reactors for offshore wind farms and a stronger grid could cost more than expected.
Aftershocks from Fukushima shake political confidence in nuclear—and provide a boost for renewables.
Long-lived nuclear batteries powered by hydrogen isotopes are in testing for military applications.
A so-called metal-organic framework could offer a better way to get at the vast uranium resource dissolved in the ocean.
An MIT study argues that keeping it in temporary storage for decades, rather than permanently burying it, has many benefits.