Science Today (Can Science tell us more about ‘Nuclear Energy’?)

Science Today (Can Science tell us more about ‘Nuclear Energy’?)


What is ‘Nuclear Energy’? Can Science tell us more about its science, technology and its uses?


1. Astrophysics (Far: About Stars, Aliens and Fairies if they exist)

‘Trophy Molecule’ Breakthrough May Result in Cleaner, Cooler Nuclear Energy
(Waste removal in ‘Nuclear Energy’ now possible)

Wildlife Thriving After Nuclear Disaster? Radiation from Chernobyl and Fukushima Nuclear Accidents Not as Harmful to Wildlife as Feared
(Nature heals after Nuclear Accidents)

Nuclear Waste Requires Cradle-To-Grave Strategy, Study Finds
Nuclear Waste
(‘Nuclear Waste’ strategy)

2. Quantum Mechanics (Small: Of young children, new thinking and the world of small things for people who prefer perfection)

Physicists Chip Away at Mystery of Antimatter Imbalance
(Why there is ‘Us’ and ‘Not us’?)

Secrets of Tunneling Through Energy Barriers: How Massless Electrons Tunnel Through Energy Barriers in a Carbon Sheet Called Graphene
(Quantum Mechanics experiment)

3. Nobel Prize (Talent: People who did great discoveries in Science and are given a prize so that you don’t forget them)

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1996
Peter C. Doherty, Rolf M. Zinkernagel

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1996 was awarded jointly to Peter C. Doherty and Rolf M. Zinkernagel “for their discoveries concerning the specificity of the cell mediated immune defence”
(Immune Defence described)

4. Brain (You: Human Thinking Machine )

Regulation of Telomerase in Stem Cells and Cancer Cells
(Chromosome find disease in their end)

Toxins Produced by Algae Lead to Deviant Behaviour and Changes in Brain Activity in Salmon
(Chemicals lead to odd behavior in Fish Salmon)

5. Gene Therapy (Close: Of Relationships)

Genetic Pathways Involved in Breast Cancer Identified
(Route to Breast Cancer identified)

6. Environment

Martian Polygons and Deep-Sea Polygons On Earth: More Evidence for Ancient Martian Oceans?
(Water evidence at Mars)

7. Evolution

Cell Research: Enzyme Questions Important Principle of Evolution
(A Enzyme attempts to defy Economical Evolution)

How Sticky Toepads Evolved in Geckos and What That Means for Adhesive Technologies
(Fevicol studied in Geckos)

Unexpected Variation in Immune Genes Poses Difficulties for Transplantation
(Variation in immune defence leads to problems)

8. Diseases

Infants Exposed to Specific Molds Have Higher Asthma Risk
(Asthma spreads)

Phthalates in PVC Floors Taken Up by the Body in Infants
(Chemicals cause problems in Infants)

9. Definition:
Nuclear Technology


Nuclear Energy some of the probable effects in Nature and humans, studied in this blog.

Caution: This might be all theory

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