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Multimedia Resources
Graphic resources, videos, and fact sheets from the Office of Nuclear Energy.
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Advanced Nuclear Match Game
Challenge your memory, concentration and nuclear knowledge with our Advanced Nuclear Match Game.
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STEM Resources
The Harnessed Atom is a new middle school science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) curriculum extension that focuses on nuclear science and energy.
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Press Releases

DOE Approves Award for Carbon Free Power Project
Statement by Dr. Rita Baranwal on DOE cost-share award for UAMPS Carbon Free Power Project.
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U.S. Department of Energy Announces $160 Million in First Awards under Advanced Reactor Demonstration Program
TerraPower and X-energy awarded $160 million in initial funding to demonstrate reactors within 5 to 7 years.
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U.S. Department of Energy Announces $26.9 Million for Advanced Nuclear Technology
DOE announces $26.9 million in funding for three domestic projects to accelerate advanced nuclear technology development.
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Energy Department Green Lights Critical Decision 1 for Versatile Test Reactor Project
Versatile Test Reactor project moves to engineering design phase with Critical Decision 1 approval.
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U.S. Department of Energy Awards $5.1 Million for Advanced Nuclear Technology
DOE Awards $5.1 Million for Advanced Nuclear Technology
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Department of Energy Invests $65 Million at National Laboratories and American Universities to Advance Nuclear Technology
Today, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced more than $65 million in nuclear energy research, cross-cutting technology development...
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U.S. Department of Energy Submits Formal Comment on Proposed Rule for Emergency Preparedness for New Reactor Technologies
Formal comment on proposed rule to develop a technology-neutral, dose-based, consequence-oriented emergency preparedness framework for new reactors.
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U.S. Department of Energy Launches $230 Million Advanced Reactor Demonstration Program
New program designed to help domestic private industry demonstrate advanced nuclear reactors in the United States.
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Partnership for Transatlantic Energy Cooperation Civil Nuclear Energy Working Group Holds First Meeting Virtually
Partnership for Transatlantic Energy Cooperation Civil Nuclear Energy Working Group holds first virtual meeting.
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Assistant Secretary Dr. Rita Baranwal's Statement on the Indian Point Unit 2 Closure
Statement by Dr. Rita Baranwal on Indian Point Unit 2 closure.
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It’s Time for the United States to Demonstrate Advanced Reactors
TerraPower and X-energy demo projects will set the tone for DOE's Advanced Reactor Demonstration Program.
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New Report Highlights Nuclear Flexibility in Clean Energy Systems
NICE Future initiative report examines nuclear flexibility and the potential role it can play in clean energy systems.
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What Should I Do if a Small Modular Reactor Loses Off-Site Power?
Small modular reactors are setting a new standard for safety in the nuclear industry.
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5 Things You Need to Know about Fission Surface Power Systems
NASA and DOE are working to develop a fission surface power system that could ultimately lead to extended missions on the Moon and Mars.
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Department of Energy Preps to Fuel Advanced Reactors
Three-year project underway in Ohio to demonstrate production of HALEU fuel to support the development of new reactors.
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Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover Fueled by DOE National Labs
NASA's Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover is first rover in more than 30 years to use plutonium created by DOE national labs.
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5 Things Netflix Got Wrong about Nuclear Power in its History 101 Series
What Netflix got wrong about nuclear power in its History 101 series.
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Southern Company and TerraPower Prep for Testing on Molten Salt Reactor
Southern Company and TerraPower are developing a molten chloride fast reactor that uses liquid salts as both a coolant and fuel.
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Could Hydrogen Help Save Nuclear?
One opportunity is to utilize nuclear’s thermal heat and electricity to produce hydrogen.
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3 Ways Nuclear is More Flexible Than You Might Think
Nuclear is evolving into a more flexible energy source that can operate alongside renewable generators to create new hybrid energy systems.
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Advanced Sensors and Instrumentation Newsletter - Issue 13, September 2020
This newsletter includes information about new developments in sensors, instrumentation, and related technologies across the Office of Nuclear Energy.
FuelCell Energy Inc. Abstract
Solid Oxide Electrolysis System Demonstration
Structural Integrity Associates, Inc. Abstract
Evaluation of Metal Fuel for LWR using BISON
Northern States Power Company Abstract
LWR Integrated Energy Systems Interface Technology Development & Demonstration