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Making nuclear cool again 😎. Advancing new tech to meet future energy goals with clean and reliable nuclear power.💪⚛️
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Office of Nuclear Energy 3h
Why do you see a blue glow inside of a reactor? explains...
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Rick Perry 5h
Keep your family safe by disposing all expired or unused prescriptions during federal . Today, employees can safely dispose of their medications at the Forrestal and Germantown campuses from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Click here for more info:
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Office of Nuclear Energy 7h
What exactly happens to a local community when a nuke plant shuts down? The answer is pretty sobering. (Via )
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Office of Nuclear Energy 19h
⚛FIND YOUR MATCH⚛Learn more about advanced nuclear reactors with our new online matching game! Play today ▶️
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Energy Department 22h
Kill some time and learn stuff with this fun matching game from ! ▶️ ⚛⚡
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Thomas Zacharia Apr 22
What a remarkable visit today with Sam Beall – engineer; contemporary of Weinberg, Wigner & Fermi; past director of ’s Reactor and Energy divisions. At 99, he still asks hard questions & seeks results. We stand on the shoulders of giants like Mr. Beall.
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Office of Nuclear Energy Apr 23
.'s Dave Kropaczek discusses nuclear power and our modeling work 🖥 to boost performance of light-water reactors. 📈⚛ (via )
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Office of Nuclear Energy Apr 23
See why Plant Vogtle is one of the most important U.S. nuclear construction projects in decades. ▶️ 📷:
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Nuclear Sciences Apr 23
Hot off the presses! Want to know more about the wide range of nuclear science expertise and capabilities? It's only a click away...
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Office of Nuclear Energy Apr 23
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Office of Nuclear Energy Apr 23
Smaller and more flexible 🤸advanced reactors could make a HUGE difference in remote locations that need clean and reliable power. ⚛⚡️ (Via )
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Office of Nuclear Energy Apr 22
FACT: More than half of America's clean energy came from nuclear power in 2018.
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Office of Nuclear Energy Apr 22
FACT: Nuclear avoided more than 528 million metric tons of carbon emissions in 2018 --- not too shabby. 😉 🎩tip:
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Intl. Space Station Apr 22
There may be no better view of Earth than from the International Space Station. In honor of , enjoy these photos taken by from 250 miles above our home planet. You can search astronaut photography here: .
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Office of Nuclear Energy Apr 22
This project is critical in developing the future workforce and supply chain for U.S. nuclear.
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Office of Nuclear Energy Apr 22
U.S. reactors produced more than 807 billion kilowatt hours of carbon free electricity in 2018 -- the most in the world.
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Nuclear Sciences Apr 22
Researchers , like nuclear chemist Saed Mirzadeh, are working with radioisotopes to develop life-saving treatments for various types of cancer. Learn how they are making that happen👇
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Office of Nuclear Energy Apr 22
Here are some ways nuclear is helping to protect our planet🌍.
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Office of Nuclear Energy Apr 21
1️⃣reactor = 1️⃣gigawatt of power ⚡or...
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Office of Nuclear Energy Apr 21
How does a nuclear reactor work? 🤷‍♂️Well, it goes a little something like this... ▶️
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