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OSU gets $1.1M for nuclear research

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Wednesday, May 09, 2012

Oregon State University is getting $1.1 million for nuclear research and development infrastructure, part of a nationwide $47 million program.

The program also supports research fellowships and scholarships for undergraduate students studying nuclear energy.
OSU has focused its research the development and testing of so-called passive safety nuclear energy concepts and new types of small reactors in a modular format that officials are eyeing as holding potential for the future.

Read more at Sustainable Business Oregon.

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+1 #1 No Nukesgowest 2012-05-10 18:42:00
Not a good idea at all? Oregon gave up nuclear power for a reason. Oregon and OSU should be concentrating on clean renewable energy like wave, wind, and solar.
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