News

Science academies urge action on environmental issues

Ahead of the G8 summit, science academies have called on global leaders to link with researchers to tackle …

14/05/12

Columns

Asia-Pacific Analysis: Go green not nuclear

Crispin Maslog says the region should follow the Philippines' lead and focus on renewable, not nuclear power.

29/03/12

News

India stingy on farm research budget

India’s crop research gets ignored, with priority given to atomic energy, defence and space in the 2012-13 …

17/03/12

Feature

Challenges facing India's bid for science 'superpower' status

India dreams of becoming a scientific powerhouse, but challenges lie ahead, including complex bureaucracy.

27/02/12

News

UK science academy calls for world nuclear forum

A "nuclear Davos" could turn the growing internationalisation of the nuclear industry to good effect, …

13/10/11

Opinion

Nuclear electricity: a fallen dream?

Nuclear power is no magic solution, argues Pervez Hoodbhoy — it's not safe, or cheap, and it leads to …

28/09/11

Feature

Nuclear power after Fukushima: Facts and figures

Nuclear power promises clean energy for developing countries. Dave Elliott charts its progress and prospects after …

28/09/11

Feature

The nuclear power plans that have survived Fukushima

SciDev.Net reporters from around the world tell us which countries are set on developing nuclear energy despite …

28/09/11

Opinion

Reality check shows nuclear energy is the wrong path

Rising costs and re-evaluated risks make nuclear power a poor choice, even for developing nations that can afford …

28/09/11

Opinion

Developing manpower is essential for a nuclear future

Nuclear power can benefit developing countries but requires long-term planning and an educated workforce, says …

28/09/11

Editorials

Nuclear power: look before you leap

The Fukushima accident raised questions that must be addressed by developing countries considering nuclear energy.

28/09/11

Spotlight

Nuclear power after Fukushima

28/09/11