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The world's thinnest gold created by scientists

Leeds - Scientists have succeeded in creating a new form of gold, just two atoms thick. This is the e thinnest unsupported gold ever created and it will benefit electronics and medical equipment.

Powerful microscope shrunk to dime-size

Dallas - A high-technology imaging device has been created, in the form of a an atomic force microscope on a chip. The microscope is powerful and it can be manufactured at a low-cost.

Survivor of two atomic bombs dead at 93

Tsutomu Yamaguchi died Monday morning as the result of stomach cancer. He was the the only person to have survived both the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombings. He was 93.

United Nations readies Iranian nuclear draft agreement

A UN draft agreement aimed at limiting Iran's nuclear program to peaceful purposes, such as cancer diagnosis and treatment, has been sent to Iran, the US, France and Russia.

Iran has the ability to produce an atomic bomb

A report which has been issued by the United Nations has said that Iran has obtained enough uranium to be able to produce an atomic bomb

Multinational Fuel Bank Proposal Hits Financial Target

A proposed multinational fuel bank under IAEA control reached a milestone this week; the target was reached when Kuwait pledged $10 million.

Russia "respects" Iranian right to have an atomic energy program

Sigh ... with friends like these ... who needs enemies!

Dodging Doomsday -- An atomic threat made in America

How the U.S. spread bomb-grade nuclear fuel worldwide -- and failed to get it back

Canada eyeing sale of Atomic Energy Canada: report

Canada is in talks with a number of parties regarding the future of Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd., including the possible sale of the government-owned nuclear reactor business, a Canadian newspaper said on Thursday.

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