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Nuclear Energy

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Created For = NAHSTE

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

2 notes by Edward Appleton for talks relating to atomic energy and scientific collaboration, c. 1946 and no date

Identifier: Coll-37/D.30
Scope and Contents

The material consists of; a notes for a talk on international control of atomic energy, c.1946; and 1 page of notes for a talk on scientific collaboration, no date.

Dates: c. 1946 and no date

3 notes for talks and addresses by Edward Appleton, c. 1947

Identifier: Coll-37/D.31
Scope and Contents

3 notes for talks and addresses by Edward Appleton. The material consists of 'Recent advances in radio research', a 2 page note of a talk to the Royal Dublin Society, c.1947; 'Research in the Midlands', the opening address at F.B.I. [Federation of British Industries] Conference, Birmingham, March 1947, 15 pages typescript and manuscript; 'Peace-time applications of nuclear energy', Appleton’s opening remarks at the British Association discussion, August 1947.

Dates: c. 1947

'Atomic energy and its applications', c. 1949-1951

Identifier: Coll-37/D.41
Scope and Contents

The material consists ofdDrafts for Edward Appleton’s chapter to the book ‘Aspects of Modern Science', published in 1951, with some editorial correspondence. It is contained in its original folder, inscribed ‘Atomic Energy'.

Dates: c. 1949-1951

File titled 'Torness Project', 1974-1975

Identifier: Coll-41/10/53
Scope and Contents

Contains a photocopy of a planning permission application to the South of Scotland Electricity Board for the nuclear power station at Torness, East Lothian, plus accompanying letter from L.J Hale, then Director of the Centre for Human Ecology to Waddington (24 April 1975) and typed notes headed 'An Investigation into the Social and Environmental Impact of the Building of the Torness Power Station'.

Dates: 1974-1975