DOE to award $1.3 Million to develop high temperature reactor and new radiation detection laboratory

The Department of Energy says it’s awarding $1.3 million to the University of Pittsburgh to help train the next generation of nuclear scientists.

The DOE says in a release Tuesday that the graduate fellowships and research grants will support a project to help develop a plan for a very high temperature reactor and a new radiation detection laboratory.

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  1. newswrthy@hsmail.com'

    From my understanding, they are giving out 47 MILLION dollars to universities, etc.

    2 MILLION to Washington State U
    1.7 MILLION to the University of Tennessee

    Etcetera

    Meanwhile, Europe is installing more solar energy!

    47 Million dollars sure could buy a lot of solar panels.

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-05-08/solar-becomes-europe-s-most-installed-power-source-lobby-says.html

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