Role of clean energy in development of Russia’s Arctic region 

Nuclear Asia
Russia plans to commission four modernized floating power units by 2031 in the Chukotka region located in the country’s Arctic belt, thus increasing the share of nuclear power in Chukotka’s energy sector from the current 31 percent to more than 68 percent in order to improve the quality of life in the area and develop the Baimskaya ore mining zone.

The rise of King coal as energy crisis hits Europe 

IANS
Coal, considered to be the single largest source of global carbon emissions, is back in demand amidst the current energy crisis and soaring fossil fuel prices.

New materials, processes for carbon capture may help in getting clean fuel 

IANS
A group of Indian scientists have computationally designed a hybrid material which can absorb greenhouse gas methane, converting it to clean hydrogen and also simulated a process of capturing carbon dioxide and converting it to high purity hydrogen.

Drawing on Rosatom’s experience, Rusatom delivers nuclear medicine products worldwide

Nuclear Asia
Nuclear medicine nowadays plays a pivotal role in healthcare and can help give early diagnosis for patients, and a more localised point for treatment.

Moscow ranked first among European cities in ranking of innovations against Covid-19

IANS
Moscow has been recognized as the first European city in the ranking of innovations that are used for the formation of resilience to the coronavirus.

AI, the new frontier in climate change risk assessment

IANS
Global warming is exacerbating weather and climate extreme events and the interaction between different forms of hazards triggered by climate change will cause future cross-sectoral impact affecting a variety of natural and human systems.

Nuclear technology in preservation of cultural, natural heritage

Nuclear Asia
Nuclear techniques nowadays are playing an increasingly important role in preserving the world’s cultural and natural heritage.
Questions being studied by the Rhisotope project for rhino protection

Questions being studied by the Rhisotope project for rhino protection

Nuclear Asia
Demonstrating the use of nuclear technology for wildlife conservation, an international project was launched recently in South Africa that aims to drastically reduce the scourge of rhinoceros poaching by introducing radioisotopes into the horn of rhinos.
India's first indigenously built 700 MW reactor connected to grid

India’s National Hydrogen Mission to develop a green hydrogen ecosystem

Nuclear Asia
India is taking various initiatives towards greater use of hydrogen in its energy mix and for the development of the country’s green hydrogen ecosystem.

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