All articles by Daniel Garrun

  1. The IAEA’s LEU Bank opens in Kazakhstan

    On the 29th of August 2017, the eighth anniversary of International Day against Nuclear Tests, the International Atomic Energy Agency…
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    29 Aug
  2. Has an Anglo-Indian project finally cracked carbon capture?

    Derided as scientifically unsound and prohibitively expensive, carbon capture and utilisation (CCU) − the process by which carbon dioxide (CO2)…
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    13 Dec
  3. Made in China: exporting Chinese nuclear technology to the UK

    In October, the Chinese Government under President Xi Jinping fired the latest salvo in its battle with Russia for hegemony…
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    31 Mar
  4. Digital technologies: the key to unlocking wave energy?

    It’s an energy source that’s steady, sustainable and abundant, with no chance of being depleted. More predictable than wind or…
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    25 Aug
  5. Could water scarcity stop the shale gas revolution in its tracks?

    Pic: courtesy Lisa Redfern Advancements in hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling techniques are quickly driving the development of the world’s…
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    19 Apr
  6. Fighting fossil fuels: divestment movement continues to grow

    The movement has generated news on a regular basis, with the United Reformed Church’s Synod of Scotland recently announcing that…
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    26 Mar
  7. Lighting the future: The rising stock of Gallium nitrade

    Unpopular a measure as it has been, the phasing out of the traditional 60-watt incandescent light bulb in several parts…
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    20 Oct
  8. Moorside nuclear power plant: far from a done deal

    Since the Fukushima disaster in 2011, the world nuclear power picture has changed dramatically. In the immediate aftermath of the…
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    5 Oct
  9. Germany’s power market: could coal reliance reign in this renewable powerhouse?

    The country possesses substantial proven coal reserves, amounting to 40.7 billion tons at the end of 2012, equivalent to 4.7%…
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    13 Apr
  10. Iran nuclear sanction relief: bane or boon?

    The embargo on Iran, led by the US and EU has isolated Iran from the global fiscal transit system, and…
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    10 Apr