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Research outputs: NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGY
The objective of this study is to give an overview of public perceptions on various aspects of nuclear technology and energy in South Africa...Download this report
In this study, the landscape is examined together with factors that might impact on attitudes and perception on nuclear issues. Specific iss...
Nuclear power and its associated risks remain a public concern. In the 1988 White Paper on Energy Policy the government signalled its intent...Download this report
The attention of this chapter is focused on human capital dynamics in three technology fields: nuclear, space and biotechnology. The core c...