A team of scientists at the U.K. University of Bristol is working on recycling radioactive materials taken directly from a closed nuclear powerplant in Gloucestershire. They hope to use these recycled materials to create ultra-long-lasting power sources.
The other day I was reading about how Keanu Reeves wasn't a great student because of his dyslexia, but he became a bibliophile later in life. It made me think of all the kids I knew growing up who didn't like to read not because they didn't want to, but because they struggled, and it broke my heart. My own husband is one of them, and today he still doesn't enjoy reading himself, but he likes to listen to me read to him.
Found art is tricky, especially when you're trying to repurpose garbage into something beautiful. It can be difficult to pull off and often results in a Pinterest fail or two, but that's not the case with these sculptures made from old car parts, electronics and other materials.
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KHNP has been embroiled in a scandal recently over the use of counterfeit parts in the reactors that it has constructed. There has also been a labor dispute between ENEC and the Korean companies over replacement of workers.
Although I've inherited my grandmother's "sweet tooth," I usually try to keep my sugar low since I react badly to it, and I often avoid it altogether, eating keto most of the time. This means I like to find treats that are low in sugar yet still satisfying.
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There are many concerns about possible nuclear proliferation in the Middle East. These concerns include potential problems concerning safety, the environment, nuclear weapons and cooling water.
Any new dinosaur discovery is exciting, but it's super exciting when something special, like a mummified dino or new species is found. This week, take a look at this perfectly preserved fossil that is so well defined we can even see its color.
It's so exciting to think about the five newest women of NASA! These graduates are joining the Artemis program, which has a goal to send a woman to the moon, among other objectives, by 2024. It's also meant to help us get to Mars.