The U.S.--and the world--is gearing up to build a potentially massive fleet of new nuclear reactors, in part to fight climate change. But can nuclear power handle the load?
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Even environmentalists are reevaluating nuclear power as a possible solution to global warming, but can it really help?
Nuclear power--like most forms of electricity generation--carries inherent risks. Is it worth the minor chance of a major catastrophe?
Imitating the sun remains an elusive goal for energy researchers. David Biello reports.
Nuclear waste is either millennia's worth of lethal garbage or the fuel of future nuclear reactors--or both
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