Tag Archives: Uranium

Nuclear Power – Where’s The Uranium Coming From? via Forbes

[…] The Uranium Committee of the Energy Minerals Division released their 2019 Annual Report last week in San Antonio at the annual meeting of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists. The Uranium Committee monitors uranium industry activities, and the production of electricity … Continue reading

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How scientists traced a uranium cube to Nazi Germany’s nuclear reactor program via Science News

A radioactive relic from World War II wound up in the hands of physicist Timothy Koeth BY  EMILY CONOVER The mysterious cube arrived in the summer of 2013. Physicist Timothy Koeth had agreed to go to a parking lot for an … Continue reading

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Brazilian nuclear plant uranium convoy attacked by armed men: police via Reuters

RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) – Armed men shot at members of a convoy transporting uranium to one of Brazil’s two working nuclear power plants on a coastal road in Rio de Janeiro state on Tuesday, police and the company managing … Continue reading

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Grand Canyon tourists exposed for years to radiation in museum building via azcentral.com


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Uranium enrichment coming back to Ohio? Trump DOE announces $115M investment via Cincinatti.com The Enquirer

A $115 million investment from the Department of Energy could bring uranium enrichment back to Piketon. For decades, the federal government enriched uranium in a sprawling facility along the banks of the Scioto River, but the last programs there were … Continue reading

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Federal health officials agree radioactive waste in St. Louis area may be linked to cancer via CBS

The federal government confirms some people in the St. Louis area may have a higher risk of getting cancer. A recent health report found some residents who grew up in areas contaminated by radioactive waste decades ago may have increased … Continue reading

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Uranium Film Festival in the American Southwest 2018 Schedule via The Uranium Film Festival

  Since 2011 the International Uranium Film Festival shows world-wide movies and documentaries about the risks of radioactivity and nuclear power.  After the screenings in Berlin from October 9th to 14th the Uranium Film will travel this year to  the … Continue reading

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The 90 Million Gallon Nuclear Tragedy That Nobody Knows About via Beyond Nuclear International

By Linda Pentz Gunter On July 16, 1979,  the worst accidental release of radioactive waste in U.S. history happened at the Church Rock uranium mine and mill site. While the Three Mile Island accident (that same year) is well known, the … Continue reading

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Leave uranium in the ground via Beyond Nuclear

By Günter Wippel Just over 30 years ago — on April 10, 1988 — seven indigenous activists from different parts of the world set out on a three-week public awareness tour through Germany. They called their tour “Leave Uranium in … Continue reading

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Here’s Why I’m Still Bullish on Uranium Miners via the Motley Fool

Cameco Corp. (TSX:CCO)(NYSE:CCJ) has persevered in a difficult uranium market for a decade, but that there are signs that a recovery may finally be taking hold. This isn’t the first time we’ve witnessed growing optimism in the uranium market, but the … Continue reading

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