Carleton gets $100K for nuclear research

OTTAWA – Carleton University receives CarletonWide-118X30.jpga three-year, $100,000 grant to further its research into next-generation nuclear reactors. Provided by Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd., the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council and the National Research Council, the money will be used by researchers examining a more sustainable nuclear technology, which uses super-heated water to “burn” off the toxic nuclear waste left behind in traditional reactor processes.

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