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    International Atomic Energy Agency

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    International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Japan on Role of Nuclear Energy in the World’s Electricity Supply Introduction Since the first atomic bomb was detonated over Hiroshima and Nagasaki to end World War II, nuclear capabilities and options expanded to include commercial and industrial power. However, early incidents such as the Three Mile Island accident of 1979 helped to start the anti-nuclear sentiment (http://www.world-nuclear.org/info/Safety-and-Security/Safety-of-Plants/Three-Mile-Island-accident/)

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    Inside the Zone: Chernobyl

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    Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation) Consequently, approximately 200,000 people were evacuated from their homes, and an exclusion zone with a radius of 19 miles was established. Shortly after evacuating the 33,000 citizens of Pripyat, Ukraine in 1986, nearly 1,200 of them illegally returned to their homes in the exclusion zone. Some not willing to start life over in the city, others refused to leave the pa... ... middle of paper ... ...le." International Nuclear and Radiological Event

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    Atomic Mysteries

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    to the conception of these policies. This program’s inception represented a turning point in international cooperation. From Atoms for Peace arose the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the spread of nuclear energy, the technology’s risky dual use, and the rise of conflicts over Iran’s highly controversial nuclear program. The effects of the Atoms for Peace program play roles even in international affairs of the present. Allowing a fundamental reversal in the world’s cooperation framework

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    1930s, there have been close to a dozen radiological events, as identified by the International Atomic Energy Agency or IAEA. The IAEA classifies radiological events on a scale of one to seven, “with seven being a major accident, defined as release of radioactive material with widespread health and environmental effects requiring implementation of planned and extended countermeasures.” (International Atomic Energy Agency) Chernobyl and Fukushima each scored a 7 on the scale. Both Russia and Japan have

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    54th Annual Strategy for Peace Conference. 2013, The Stanley Foundation. 7. Nuclear Security Governance Experts Group. Building International Confidence and Responsibility in Nuclear Security: Summary Report & Initial Policy Recommendations from the Nuclear Security Governance Experts Group. in Nuclear Security Governance Experts Group Workshop on Building International Confidence and Responsibility in Nuclear Security. 2012. The Stanley Foundation. 8. Uranium Downblending. Uranium Enrichment and

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    CV

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    thesis) 2007 (Held in 2008 Bachelor of Science (four years honors) 2008 (Held in 2010) Emphasis: Physical Chemistry, Polymer Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Chemical Technology PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission Dhaka, Bangladesh Scientific Officer, Nuclear and Radiation Chemistry Division September 2012 - Present  Prepared, developed and implemented research plan  Lead a six members team for implementing research and development  Carried

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    completely is essentially them getting that permission slip regardless if there was a challenge to sovereignty or not This issue on the table about Iran’s nuclear weapons have been around for many years without a bulge from both sides of in the international arena for decades. The west are partially concerned about this because they have uranium that enriched that can be turned into a weapon of mass destruction.

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    Fukushima Daiichi: Is It Worth it?

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    The world needs to be powered. And the ever- present question in today’s world is how to get the power we need. There have been many solutions to this need for power. One of the most revolutionary was nuclear energy. Nuclear energy is created when In 2011, a tragedy struck. On March 11, 2011, an earthquake struck. Measuring at an 8.9 on the Richter scale, it was the largest earthquake in history. This earthquake was off the eastern shore of Japan, and caused a 15 meter tsunami to wash over the city

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    government’s efforts to provide scientific evidences to the public through its consultation with scientific experts in 20114: scientists and researchers from the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia (MOHE), and the experts from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). Yet, the cause of this controversy lays in with the Malaysian government’s decision to proceed with the project in 2012, despite the advice given by the IAEA5 and the disapproval by the public to terminate the project as there

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    rain, ozone layer depletion, and the greenhouse effect have been heightened in recent years. Enhanced awareness offers an unprecedented opportunity for members of the world community to make rational, informed decisions in the environmental debate. Energy, in particular electricity generation, is fundamental to social and economic development. The use of hydropower, coal, oil and gas has helped to stimulate economic growth and raise the standards of living of people worldwide. All major forms of electricity

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