Exploring the political, philosophical and cultural dimensions of choosing nuclear energy.
Can we live in a 4000 reactor world? Sustainable energy and the power of public opinion
This new guide, produced by Sense About Science, and co-authored by a range of experts, is designed to help guide informed decision-making around some of the big questions and concerns about nuclear energy.
Artists and urban explorers are reclaiming #Chernobyl to create a festival with music, art, photography, urban exploring, workshops and lectures.
Why is it that nuclear power, our safest source of energy, is seen as so dangerous?
Check out this guide to radiation and its health effects.
Professor Gerry Thomas is a world expert on the health effects of radiation. In this short video, she explains what health impacts we can expect from nuclear accidents including Fukushima and Chernobyl.
Nuclear waste is not nearly so big of a problem as many of us have been led to believe. Volumetrically speaking, there is surprisingly little of it.
Hollywood has a lot to answer for. One of the most influential forces in people’s understanding of nuclear has been …