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Nuclear & Radiology
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Progress research:
Nuclear Defense  |  Medical  |  Fusion |  Electrical Power  | Public Safety  |  Government & Policy  |  Nuclear Waste  |  Nuclear terrorism 

Nuclear Defense (Nuk-Def)

The Nuclear Defense field is new and developing around the world. To date prevention and deterrence have been the key areas of concern to avert nuclear or radiological incidents - mishaps, terror, explosion. In contrast, in the past two years cities and countries such as Boston, Seoul, Japan, U.S.A., South Korea, Belgium, Switzerland, Hawaii, and others have been preparing for the moment a nuclear incident occurs until rehabilitation and return to routine. Nuclear & Radiological Emergency Preparedness Plan (N&R-EPP) is done in order to not to get caught unprepared as happened in Chernobyl, Fukushima, Three Mile Island and also as happened in the Corona virus.


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Nuclear terrorism

Electrical Power

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Small modular reactors (SMRs) - The research direction of the entire nuclear world to decrease the size. The goal for many years has been to develop a small hydrogen reactor that will supply electricity to a city or site independently. In recent years, patents and applications have been submitted such as Lockheed Martin's new reactor or California's Oklo company that declare real progress. Today, there are about 50 different models and technological developments in the world for small reactors.
In March 2020, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is launching a program to test economic efficiency for small nuclear reactors.

Nuclear power plant (NPPs) - There are about 850 nuclear power plant in the world from different generation. In line with the generation, the level of safety increases. About half of them are disabled due to safety issues, some of which are correct and some of them are exaggerated - which is sure to bring huge waste of money

Public Safety

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Government & Policy

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Nuclear Waste

Nuclear waste is one of the most talked about and troubling issues in the nuclear world. Despite this, the public, and sometimes even professionals, do not know all the waste in the world created from 1945 until today can only be stored in one football field!
If, for example, we compare the amount of waste of car scrap, engineering equipment, factories or even the huge plastic mountain created in the ocean - we understand that nuclear waste does require extensive treatment but is certainly far from being a major problem in the world. In addition, there are developments today that aim to utilize waste for energy generation. Finland, for example, builds a safe site for radioactive waste storage and sells the service to other establishments.


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