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U of T researchers reveal Epstein-Barr virus protein contributes to cancer
Researchers at the University of Toronto have discovered that the EBNA1 protein of Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) disrupts structures in the nucleus of nasopharyngeal carcinoma (NPC) cells, thereby interfering with cellular processes that normally prevent cancer development. View News Article (2008-10-07)

Radioactive Waste in Britian
Sir Herman Bondi, writing in the foreword for this issue says, "It is very important that when the day comes for governments to take decisions on the vexed topic of nuclear waste, all aspects of it should have been studied thoroughly. I warmly recommend this special issue of ISR to its regular readers and indeed to everybody. To find so much knowledge and experience brought together in one... View News Article (1998-12-21)

Advances in decades-old dream of mining seawater for uranium
Scientists today reported progress toward a 40-year-old dream of extracting uranium for nuclear power from seawater, which holds at least 4 billion tons of the precious material.  View News Article (2012-08-21)

Nuclear medicine now safer than ever
Hospitals are now able to ensure that the correct dose is administered to the 670,000 patients that undergo nuclear medicine procedures every year due to a new device developed by scientists at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL). View News Article (2007-10-11)

Made-to-order isotopes hold promise on science's frontier
Designer labels have a lot of cachet - a principle that's equally true in fashion and physics. View News Article (2008-05-09)

Experts say federal nuclear waste panel overlooks public mistrust
A renewed federal effort to fix the nation's stalled nuclear waste program is focusing so much on technological issues that it fails to address the public mistrust hampering storage and disposal efforts.  View News Article (2010-08-13)

First semiconductor-based PET scanner demonstrates potential to aid in early diagnosis of disease
Evaluations of the first-ever prototype positron emission tomography (PET) brain scanner that uses semiconductor detectors indicate that the scanner could advance the quality and spatial resolution of PET imaging, according to researchers at SNM's 55th Annual Meeting. View News Article (2008-06-17)

Lise Meitner Prize 2002 Of The European Physical Society
Berlin, May 2002 The European Physical Society announces that the Lise Meitner Prize 2002 is awarded to Prof. James Philip Elliott, University of Sussex (UK) Prof. Francesco Iachello, University of Yale (USA) For their innovative applications of group theoretical methods to the understanding of atomic nuclei. The physics case The study of the discrete energy spectra of small quantum systems... View News Article (2002-08-19)

Contributing to the nuclear fusion project
This is not nuclear fission that is currently in use, but nuclear fusion, which many regard as the main energy source of the future. View News Article (2012-04-30)

Radioactive waste: Where to put it?
As the U.S. makes new plans for disposing of spent nuclear fuel and other high-level radioactive waste deep underground, geologists are key to identifying safe burial sites and techniques. View News Article (2013-10-28)

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