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Argonne’s pyroprocessing and advanced reactor research featured on WGN radio

Uranium dendrites

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ARGONNE, Ill. (Jul. 23, 2012) — Hussein Khalil, director of Argonne’s Nuclear Engineering Division, describes for WGN’s Bill Moller how pyroprocessing and spent nuclear fuel recycling in fast reactors will provide major energy benefits while greatly reducing the complexity of traditional nuclear waste disposal technology, and gives a brief status of this technology development.
Below is a link to the podcast of the interview, a 4-minute crash course about nuclear recycling by Argonne National Laboratory and more…

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Interview about Pyroprocessing (Audio Credits: Courtesy of WGN radio)
Hussein Khalil, director of the Nuclear Engineering Division, talks to Bill Moller of WGN Radio about the revolutionary potential of pyroprocessing

Video: Nuclear Recycling in 4 Minutes



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