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    Mo-Sci, a world leader in precision glass technology, explores and develops new and exciting ways for their products and services to integrate within a wide variety of useful...
  • Article - 30 Dec 2021
    This article considers nuclear waste production, treatment, and recycling.
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    Aalco, Delivering Customer Service, Investing in Capability Aalco's, customers from every sector of the UK manufacturing and engineering industry, whether small local businesses or large...
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  • Article - 15 Aug 2003
    Scientists have developed a method for transmuting radioactive iodine from nuclear power stations into a safer form. The technology also has other potential applications. Posted August 13 2003
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    Harper International is a global leader in complete thermal processing solutions and technical services essential for the production of advanced materials. From concept to commercialization, from...
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    Dr. Lou Vance, Chief Scientist at ANSTO tells us about a technology called Synroc that they have been developing over many years to neutralise nuclear waste. He tells us about the origins of Synroc,...
  • Article - 6 Aug 2019
    There is no conclusive method to store nuclear waste while it degrades to safe levels, nuclear waste vitrification in glass is one viable option.
  • Article - 20 Sep 2005
    The role of crystal chemistry in developing ceramic materials for high level radioactive waste immobilisation is reviewed. Synroc, a ceramic material utilising 4 titanate phases was produced that was...
  • Article - 27 Jun 2003
    Synroc is a ceramic materials developed for dealing with high level radioactive waste materials. The evolution and development of Synroc is outlined and its advantages over previous materials used for...