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View Resource Nuclear Physics

The mission of the Office of Science Nuclear Physics program is to foster fundamental research in nuclear physics that will provide new insights and advance our knowledge on the nature of matter and...

http://www.energy.gov/sciencetech/nuclearphysics.htm
View Resource Nuclear Energy Debate: Nuclear Power Earns Fresh Look, Despite Past Woes

Debate between the editors of USA Today and Amory Lovins and Hunter Lovins. USA Today: Because VP Cheney says so, we should presume that nuclear power is becoming safer and more reliable, and...

http://taparaho.com/ENERGY/E-UsaTodayNuclearDebate.pdf
View Resource Nuclear Power: Competitive Economics and Climate-Protection Potential

In this influential lecture to Britain's Royal Academy of Engineering on 13 May 2006, RMI's CEO Amory Lovins shows that nuclear power has been eclipsed in the global marketplace by cheaper, faster,...

http://www.rmi.org/rmi/Library/E06-04_NuclearPowerCompetitiv...
View Resource Fusion Energy Sciences Program

The mission of the U.S. Fusion Energy Sciences Program is to advance plasma science, fusion science, and fusion technology ? the knowledge base needed for an economically and environmentally a...

http://science.energy.gov/fes/
View Resource The Future of Nuclear Power: An Interdisciplinary MIT Study

The study provides a multidisciplinary perspective on the future of nuclear power in the United States as a component of the nation's energy use, especially in an era of climate change and other...

http://web.mit.edu/nuclearpower/
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