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2014-12-15 16:21:40

THE WOODLANDS, Texas, Dec. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- CB&I (NYSE: CBI) is pleased to report the U.S.

2014-12-12 16:21:50

Special event recognizes 5,000+ workforce building first new nuclear units in 30 years ATLANTA, Dec. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- On Thursday, Dec.

2014-12-11 06:54:50

The effects of the Fukushima nuclear disaster are still being felt across the globe, after it was recently announced that traces of radiation were detected off the west coast of America.

2014-12-09 12:35:48

Pantex, Y-12, and Los Alamos and Livermore National Labs Recognized with 12 Awards RESTON, Va., Dec.

2014-11-25 23:09:50

Global Nuclear Decommissioning Market 2014-2018 new industry research report, that profiles key players like Areva, Babcock International Group PLC, Studsvik, URS and Westinghouse Electric Company

2014-11-24 16:26:49

LONDON, Nov.

2014-11-20 16:27:52

Nuclear Engineering Firm Chosen as Designer and General Contractor for Florida Medical Isotope Production Facility CORAL GABLES, Fla., Nov.

2014-11-20 12:24:28

BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Nov. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Unit 2 of the Joseph M.

2014-11-19 20:21:46

LONDON, Nov. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- This report estimates the nuclear power and equipment market in terms of value.


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2005-05-25 11:04:31

Uranium is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol U and atomic number 92. A heavy, silvery-white, toxic, metallic, and naturally-radioactive element, uranium belongs to the actinide series and its isotope 235U is used as the fuel for nuclear reactors and nuclear weapons. Uranium is commonly found in very small amounts in rocks, soil, water, plants, and animals (including humans). Notable characteristics When refined, uranium is a silvery white, weakly radioactive...

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