Nuclear may refer to:
- Nuclear DNA
- Nuclear engineering
- Nuclear physics
- Nuclear power
- Nuclear reactor technology
- Nuclear weapon
- Nuclear space
- Nuclear operator
- Nuclear congruence
- Nuclear C*-algebra
Other articles related to "nuclear":
... After the test, India continued expanding its nuclear power capacity and developing its nuclear physics programme, but made no further nuclear tests until 1998 ...
... that up to the point of possible implementation of electricity generation by nuclear fusion, R D will need further promotion totalling around €60-80 billion over a period of 50 years or so (of which €20-30 ... Nuclear fusion research receives €750 million (excluding ITER funding), compared with €810 million for all non-nuclear energy research combined, putting research into fusion power well ahead ...
... So, in your discussions of the nuclear freeze proposals, I urge you to beware the temptation of pride, the temptation of blithely declaring yourselves above it all and label both sides equally at fault, to ignore ... empire" speech, which also dealt with domestic issues, Reagan made the case for deploying NATO nuclear armed missiles in Western Europe as a response to the Soviets installing new nuclear armed missiles in ... In 1987, Reagan and Gorbachev agreed to go further than a nuclear freeze ...
... was a British air-launched, rocket-propelled nuclear stand-off missile, built to arm the V bomber force ... It was the primary British nuclear deterrent weapon until the Royal Navy started operating Polaris missile armed nuclear submarines ...
... Pakistan did not view the test as a "peaceful nuclear explosion", and canceled talks scheduled for 10 June on normalization of relations ... Bhutto vowed in June 1974 that he would never succumb to "nuclear blackmail" or accept "Indian hegemony or domination over the subcontinent" ... test would force Pakistan to test its own nuclear bomb ...
Famous quotes containing the word nuclear:
“The reduction of nuclear arsenals and the removal of the threat of worldwide nuclear destruction is a measure, in my judgment, of the power and strength of a great nation.”
—Jimmy Carter (James Earl Carter, Jr.)
“American universities are organized on the principle of the nuclear rather than the extended family. Graduate students are grimly trained to be technicians rather than connoisseurs. The old German style of universal scholarship has gone.”
—Camille Paglia (b. 1947)
“Language is as real, as tangible, in our lives as streets, pipelines, telephone switchboards, microwaves, radioactivity, cloning laboratories, nuclear power stations.”
—Adrienne Rich (b. 1929)