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Researchers at the University of Missouri have unveiled tiny nuclear batteries that produce power from the decay of radioisotopes. Although such batteries are currently used in devices such as pacemakers and satellites, they are costly,...
According to the BBC's technology website, Britain's oldest computer, the Harwell, is being reported to be undergoing a reboot for the first time in decades. Plans are being made to transport it to the National...
When building a multi-million dollar nuclear reactor there are few areas that nobody would want to skimp on. When a leak of radiation could effectively kill and make a vast area inhabitable for quite...
Symantec has emerged from its bunker in the British countryside, moving its malware-fighting operations from a former U.K. military nuclear shelter to a more conventional office in Reading. The nuclear bunker, with concrete walls and...