NewsMicrorobots clean up radioactive waste

30th October 2019by admin0
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According to some experts, nuclear power holds great
promise for meeting the world’s growing energy demands without
generating greenhouse gases. But scientists need to find a way to
remove radioactive isotopes, both from wastewater generated by
nuclear power plants and from the environment in case of a spill.
Now, researchers reporting in ACS Nano have developed tiny,
self-propelled robots that remove radioactive uranium from
simulated wastewater.

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