How is the public's perception of nuclear power affecting decision-making about the energy method?
Broad collaborative research effort offers glimpse into the future of nuclear energy
Study finds that boiling heat transfer was much more favorable with a new concept that involves coating the hot surface using nanoscale bimorphs
The University of Michigan’s Nuclear Engineering Laboratory in Ann Arbor finds its perfect fit—in a former nuclear reactor
New device can detect gamma rays and identify radioactive isotopes
The experiment was one in a series that aims to help ensure plutonium operations continue to be conducted safely
A ‘molecular trap’ for capturing radioactive iodides in nuclear waste
Scintillating discovery at Sandia Labs
Computer modeling helps pinpoint best material out of a hundred thousand options
A little-known element called californium is making big waves in how scientists look at the periodic table.