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UK seeking China money for its nuclear industry

What does China want with Britain's nuclear industry?

China is building nearly half of all the new nuclear reactors in the world, including this AP1000 at Sanmen nuclear power plant.

China is building nearly half of all the new nuclear reactors in the world, including this at Sanmen nuclear power plant.

In 1946, the US detonated two nuclear bombs in Bikini Atoll to test the effects of nuclear bombs on naval warships. The second bomb that exploded was named Baker, and it was the first nuclear bomb to detonate underwater. Recently, these rare photographs of the explosion have surfaced, giving valuable insight into the destructive properties [...]

Remarkable photos of the world's first underwater nuclear explosion

Photo of underwater nuclear explosion taken during a series of nuclear weapon tests titled Operation Crossroads by the US at Bikini Atoll.

Home | World Nuclear Transport Institute

Home | World Nuclear Transport Institute

Technicians manoeuvre the huge fuelling machine into place

Inside EDF's gas reactor nuclear power station at Torness

MailOnline was given exclusive access to EDF’s Torness nuclear power station on the east coast of Scotland, which produces enough electricity to power two million homes.

Size matters: Two technicians study the huge fueling machine in the Charge Hall. The fuel is uranium dioxide pellets clad in stainless steel, which produce 1600 megawatts of heat in the reactor

Inside EDF's gas reactor nuclear power station at Torness

MailOnline was given exclusive access to EDF’s Torness nuclear power station on the east coast of Scotland, which produces enough electricity to power two million homes.

NuclearConnect - ANS

NuclearConnect - ANS

Sellafield the nuclear complex formerly known as Windscale.

Sellafield the nuclear complex formerly known as Windscale.

Hot stuff: This is Torness's reactor No2 with a fuelling machine in the background. Inside both reactors nuclear fission occurs when uranium atoms split to produce heat

Inside EDF's gas reactor nuclear power station at Torness

Hot stuff: This is Torness's reactor with a fuelling machine in the background. Inside both reactors nuclear fission occurs when uranium atoms split to produce heat

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