‪The Curious Case of a Two-Billion-Year-Old Nuclear Reactor

  Scientists appear to have unraveled the mystery of uranium ore found at a mine in Oklo region of the Central African state of Gabon that exhibits a lower proportion of uranium-235 (U-235)—the fissile sort. According to an August 10 bulletin from the International Energy Atomic Agency (IAEA), the first response that physicists had when […]

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THE BIG PICTURE: A Gas Trade Transformation (Infographic)

According to the International Energy Agency, global natural gas trade has grown by more than 40% over the past 15 years. Over the next five years, current trade flows are expected to significantly diversify, boosted by development of liquefied natural gas (LNG) infrastructure. LNG trade, which grew by 11% in 2017 to 391 billion cubic […]

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Fusion Power: Watching, Waiting, as Research Continues

Cheap and abundant electric power from nuclear fusion—power “too cheap to meter”—has been a dream for more than a half-century. But as time passes, practical fusion appears to be moving further into

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Let the show Beijing: PTV to air programs promoting Chinese history, culture

The Philippines’ flagship government television network will soon be airing shows that will promote Chinese history and culture. People’s Television Network (PTV), operated by the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO), will be airing Chinese language television series, documentaries, cartoons and movies that will be dubbed in Tagalog.

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