Bahadurgarh (Jhajjar): Soon the industrial town of Bahadurgarh will be known as a nuclear research town as India has signed an agreement with the USA to set up an International Nuclear Research Institute here.

The Atomic Energy Regulatory Board's (AREB) withdrawal of authorising Delhi University (DU) to use radioactive sources in its laboratories has started affecting the research work of post-graduate students and teachers.

After repeated written requests from teachers and students, the university has requested the AREB to lift the ban on at least on mild sources of radiation.

The ban was imposed

More than 100 cold-war era research reactors run on uranium pure enough to be used in a nuclear weapon. But switching to safer fuel isn't easy.

Delhi University (DU) has decided to request the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) to lift the ban imposed on it for using radioactive isotopes in its laboratories. Citing reason of safeguarding the career of students, university authorities have decided to write to the AERB to lift the ban.

Paris: Scientists in Europe announced they had likely solved the case of the missing neutrinos, one of the enduring mysteries in the subatomic universe of particle physics.

CERN breaks its own record for high-energy collisions

GENEVA: The world's largest atom smasher conducted its first experiments at conditions nearing those after the Big Bang, breaking its own record for high-energy collisions with proton beams crashing into each other on Tuesday at 3.5 times more force than ever before.

After 16 years and $10 billion

London:Contradicting the belief that Moon is a chunk of rock that broke away from Earth due to an explosion in space, a new study claims it was created as a result of a nuclear blast on the planet

Two research scientists were killed after a fire broke out in a photochemistry laboratory in the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC), Trombay, on Tuesday afternoon.

They were identified by the police as Umang Singh from Mumbai and Partha Pratim Bag from West Bengal, both PhD students in BARC

Mumbai: A high intensity explosion at a chemical laboratory inside the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) on Tuesday noon claimed the lives of two junior scientists. BARC, however, confirmed that no reactor, radioactivity or radiation was involved in the incident, which took place about a kilometre away from the nuclear reactor.