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Science News: The origin of neutron-rich heavy elements in the universe remains a mystery. One possible source could be neutron stars, whose high-pressure, high-gravity interiors could stabilize at...
Attempt to argue away the dangers of nuclear radiation, with some excellent animation.This movie is part of the collection: Prelinger ArchivesProducer: Cascade Pictures of CaliforniaSponsor: U.S.
Some excellent (cartoon-like!) animations
So, you’re a chemist and you’ve finally decided to find out what all the fuss is about with this thing called Twitter. You decide to sign up, but, for whatever reason, you don’t f...
Lasers produce a beam of neutrons intense enough for practical experiments, extending the reach of neutron sources to small-scale laboratories.
The Benefits and Risks of Laser Isotope Separation
Neutron stress measurements of artificial hip coatings will help to reduce failures
The formation of ripple structures on ion bombarded semiconductor surfaces is examined theoretically.
Nuclear goes to Sundance
Laser device could provide compact intense source of neutrons
A nuclear physics advisory committee charged with prioritizing federal support of research facilities chose a facility in Virginia over one planned for Michigan State University.
The debate over nuclear power plants has been going on for some time, with nuclear physicists and lawmakers alike throwing around terms like nuclear fission, critical
In December the Guardian published their list of the world's best footballers. See the list visualised in the framework of a periodic table
This is great for my personal collection of periodic elements!
International team of physicists confirms surprisingly small proton radius with laser spectroscopy of exotic hydrogen.
Reactor to be built in 2030s represents a step towards commercial use.
Read Mary Mycio’s story about Chernobyl’s wildlife here. When Mary Mycio tells people she visited the radioactive fallout zone around Chernobyl to study the region’s animals, the questions are always the same.
A precise mass measurement of an exotic zinc isotope gives new insight into the composition of the crust of neutron stars, the possible birthplace of heavy elements.
Two of there and you are nuked! :-)