What Is Nuclear Engineering? - Live Science

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What Is Nuclear Engineering? - Live Science

Nuclear engineering deals with harnessing the energy released from nuclear reactions. Nuclear engineers work in power production, weapons manufacturing, food production, medical technology and other fields.

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