Debunking Some Common Nuclear Myths

Myth: Nuclear power is not safe. Fact: Statistical evidence confirms that nuclear energy is one of the safest ways to produce electricity. As of October 2021, 441 nuclear reactors are operating in 30 countries around the world with only three major accidents (Statista). In India too, with 23 reactors operating and about 350 reactor-years ofContinue reading “Debunking Some Common Nuclear Myths”

Nuclear Technique Cuts Mosquito Population In Cuba

A pilot experiment of Sterile Insect Technique (SIT) was conducted between April and August 2020 in an isolated neighborhood of Havana. In this study, almost 1.3 million sterile male mosquitoes were released in the area reducing mosquito numbers by up to 90% last year. Early reports show that mosquito-borne diseases were eliminated in the lastContinue reading “Nuclear Technique Cuts Mosquito Population In Cuba”

Small Modular Reactors (SMRs)

With the growing demand for energy and global temperature rising there is a continuous struggle for a reliable and green source of energy. Governments are now looking towards nuclear power a non-direct emitter of carbon dioxide, to fulfill the demand and contain the mercury rising. There are challenges to expanding nuclear power – construction bottlenecksContinue reading “Small Modular Reactors (SMRs)”

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