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Four scientists exposed to radiation in Japan lab mishap
An equipment malfunction at a Japanese research center exposed at least four scientists to radiation, regulators said Saturday. The researchers suffered internal radiation exposure when the output of a proton beam increased unexpectedly...
United Press Internationa, 1:13pm ET
Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen joins call for expanding nuclear plant review
Efforts to get federal regulators to expand an environmental impact review of storing spent nuclear fuel at nuclear power plants have gained the support of Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen. Jepsen joined attorneys general in...
McClatchy-Tribune Informa, 6:38am ET
Radiation leak at Japanese nuclear lab
Japan's Nuclear Regulation Authority said Saturday radioactive substances leaked into the atmosphere at a nuclear physics laboratory in Ibaraki prefecture. The leak occurred Thursday outside the controlled area at the Japan Atomic Energy...
United Press Internationa, 2:08am ET
Radioactive substances leak at lab after incident in Japan
Japanese nuclear authorities said Saturday that radioactive substances leaked from a nuclear physics laboratory of the Japan Atomic Energy Agency in Ibaraki prefecture after an incident on Thursday, local media reported. About 55...
Xinhua, 1:43am ET
A near miss: Destin native experiences Oklahoma tornado first hand
With their son more than 900 miles away and communication cut to a minimum, Robin and Bill Posey worried about the safety of Brandon and his wife Jacqueline that live in Moore, Okla., as an EF5 twister ripped through the area Monday. "I...
McClatchy-Tribune Informa, 2:23pm ET
Iran World Trade Center director: new president must enforce management coup after being elected
When the new president of Iran is elected, the first priority of him must be the enforcement coup in the management, head of Tehran World Trade Center, Mohammad-Reza Sabzalipour told Trend in an interview. Sabzalipour, who is also the...
McClatchy-Tribune Informa, 2:23pm ET
Virginia Tech professor gets hand with TV cooking show audition
Dennis Hong, a professor of mechanical engineering at Virginia Tech, wanted the world to see his team's new robotic limb. His strategy: an audition on "MasterChef," the cooking show on Fox. It didn't completely work, but he did...
McClatchy-Tribune Informa, 11:43am ET
Seoul cautious about N. Korea's hint at negotiations
South Korean officials expressed skepticism Saturday at recent suggestions North Korea is willing to resume negotiations on its nuclear weapons program. A North Korean army official told Chinese President Xi Jinping Friday Pyongyang is...
United Press Internationa, 10:33am ET
Horsehead Earnings Review: 19 Days after Announcement Shares Up 4.1% (ZINC)
When Horsehead (NASDAQ:ZINC) reported earnings two weeks ago on May 6th, 2013, analysts, on average, expected the company to report earnings of $0.04 on sales of $116.5 million. Horsehead actually reported earnings of $0.05 per share on sales of...
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WAPA to spend $2.4 million on fixes to meet federal air emission standards
The V.I. Water and Power Authority board approved a $2.4 million, three-year contract Thursday to bring the utility into compliance with federal air emission standards. In March, the federal government filed a complaint against WAPA for...
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Special session appears likely
While nothing is official, the prevailing assumption around the Capitol is that lawmakers, and their staffs, will be called back to work quickly for a special session. Gov. Rick Perry refused to address the possibility when reporters...
McClatchy-Tribune Informa, 8:33am ET
Electric Insulators Market - Germany Leads Among Other European Countries Says New Market Research Report at ReportsnReports.com
The new report,"Insulator Market in Europe", states that Germany is the largest market for insulators among the other European countries, which includes France, Italy, Portugal, United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Poland and Romania. Insulator demand...
PRWeb, 8:08am ET
"Historic" energy bill clears legislative committee, 12-1
A bill aimed at lowering the costs of energy while dramatically changing the way Mainers consume it vaulted out of a key legislative committee on a 12-1 vote Friday. The vote came after months of hearings, negotiations, compromises and...
McClatchy-Tribune Informa, 5:53am ET
Chattanooga population growing closer to Knoxville's
As the Scenic City's population continues to swell, Chattanooga is getting closer to edging out Knoxville as the most populous city in East Tennessee, U.S. Census Bureau estimates show. Chattanooga grew 2.15 percent from 2010 to 2012,...
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Govt to spend $ 66 bn on water projects over 10 years
The European inventor, writer and painter Leonardo da Vinci once said: "Water is the driving force of all nature." This statement is all the more relevant in Saudi Arabia with its limited supply and arid environment. The Saudi government...
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