India’s first fully indigenously built 700 MW pressurised heavy water reactor (PHWR) – unit 3 at the Kakrapar Atomic Power Project (KAPP) in Gujarat state – has begun commercial operations.
India’s moon lander successfully set its four legs softly and safely on the lunar soil as planned and became the fourth nation in the world to achieve the feat.
The widespread practical use of quantum computing will begin as early as 2025, and by 2030, technological leadership will be impossible without quantum technologies, according to experts who participated at the international conference “Future Technologies Forum: Computing and Communication.
Health Ministers of BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) countries at their meeting in Durban, South Africa, earlier this month agreed on the formation of a Nuclear Medicine Working Group of the grouping members, according to an official statement issued following the meeting.
The Russian state atomic energy corporation Rosatom has received permission last week to start the main phase of construction for two new units at the Paks II nuclear power plant (NPP) project in Hungary.
The installation of eight heat exchangers of the Passive Heat Removal System (PHRS) has been completed in unit 1 of the first nuclear power plant (NPP) in Bangladesh located at Rooppur.
The South Korean government said last month that Japan’s plan to release contaminated water from its crippled Fukushima nuclear plant would meet international standards, including those set by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), if carried out as planned.
The welding of the main coolant pipeline has been completed earlier this month at the under-construction third unit of the Kudankulam nuclear power plant (KNPP) located in India’s Tamil Nadu state.
Eight water jet pumps for the under-construction units 5 and 6 of the Kudankulam nuclear power plant (KNPP) located in India’s Tamil Nadu state have been shipped from Russia, according to a statement by the Russian state atomic energy corporation Rosatom.
A Russian state atomic energy corporation Rosatom initiative last month to raise public awareness in India about nuclear technology generated an unprecedented response with the participation of over 10,000 students in an Olympiad competition in mathematics, chemistry and physics titled “The Precise Energy – 2023”.