The ocean’s nuclear energy reserve
Alexander I. Wiechert,
Sotira Yiacoumi and
Costas Tsouris ()
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Alexander I. Wiechert: Georgia Institute of Technology
Sotira Yiacoumi: Georgia Institute of Technology
Costas Tsouris: Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Nature Sustainability, 2022, vol. 5, issue 1, 13-14
Oceanic uranium represents a vast fuel resource that could ensure the long-term sustainability of nuclear power. A new study seeks to harness that potential by developing a bioinspired adsorbent membrane capable of capturing uranium from seawater.
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