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“Fukushima and Chernobyl: Myth versus Reality” — Want to bypass the popular press myths and gain a true understanding of the radiation releases at Fukushima? In “Fukushima and Chernobyl: Myth versus Reality”, leading experts from several international organizations, including the United Nations, discuss the facts. Watch video
Website developed by a group of young nuclear engineers as an information source about nuclear power. Topics covered: nuclear energy, nuclear reactors, nuclear waste recycling and breeding, radioactivity, nuclear engineers' mission and work, non-proliferation, global climate change, and more. Interactive educational materials include fission and fusion animations, a video about radiation detection, a quiz, and a bingo card game illustrating the latest developments in the industry. Common concerns and objections to nuclear power are also addressed.
The information level is suitable for high-school students and educators. :: Go to website
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