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Japanese researchers exposed to accidental radiation – Video

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Published on May 25, 2013

Researchers exposed to radiation during experiment
A Japanese nuclear research agency says 4 of its researchers accidentally suffered internal radiation exposure during an experiment. The incident took place on Thursday at the government-affiliated Japan Atomic Energy Agency in Ibaraki Prefecture, north of Tokyo.
The Nuclear Regulatory Authority says it received a report from the agency on Friday evening. It is asking the agency for details about the accident and the reason for the delay in filing its report. The Japan Atomic

Energy Agency says four male researchers in their 20s and 30s were firing a beam over gold to generate elementary particles when the device malfunctioned and the output of the beam rose 400-fold. The gold was heated to high temperatures and vaporized, generating radioactive materials.
The agency officials say they believe there’s no risk to the researchers’ health.
May 25, 2013 – Updated 00:04 UTC

Water decontamination device to be used in fall
The operator of the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant is expected to start full operations this year of a system to remove accumulated radioactive wastewater.
The Advanced Liquid Processing System, or ALPS, can filter 62 types of radioactive material.
Tokyo Electric Power Company has 3 such systems. Operators have carried out a performance test for one of them since late March.

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The Unclear Fate of Nuclear Power
Two years after the accident at Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi, can the nuclear renaissance regain its momentum?
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Sanctifying nuclear hazards
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May 25, 2013
Are we ready? Crews prepare for nuclear accident
John K. Manna
New Castle News

NEW CASTLE — The chances of an accident occurring at the Beaver Valley Power Station are considered to be small.
Nonetheless, FirstEnergy Corp., along with first responders and emergency management personnel, are continually preparing just in case.
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