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IN THE PRESS

Appearances of Curio and its executives in the press and  public discourse 

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West Virginia Eyes Lifting Nuclear Reactor Restrictions

Legislators heard business pitches from nuclear industry representatives at an interim legislative session meeting Tuesday as they consider repealing a conditional state ban on nuclear power plant construction.

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WV lawmakers eye advanced nuclear technology, lifting state's restrictions on building reactors

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West Virgnia Hearing 

Curio Founder, Rabbi Yechezkel "Zeke" Moskowitz, speaks to West Virginia joint assembly about the prospect of the NuCycle technology turning West Virginia into one of the greatest energy exporter of nuclear fuel across the globe

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West Virgnia Hearing 

Curio CEO, Ed McGinnis, speaks to West Virginia joint assembly about the prospect of the NuCycle technology turning West Virginia into one of the greatest energy exporters in the nation, if not the globe

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West Virgnia Hearing 

Curio CEO, Ed McGinnis, answers questions from the West Virginia joint assembly about the prospect of the NuCycle technology turning West Virginia into one of the greatest energy exporters in the nation, if not the globe

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U.S. DOE'S Ed McGinnis Hired as Chief Executive Officer of Curio™

The Second Nuclear Era™ is here as Curio aims to Close the Cycle™ of nuclear waste

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Curio Announces its Novel Recycling Process, NuCycle™

NuCycle is poised to revolutionize U.S. nuclear energy, combating climate change and maintaining U.S. energy security

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Nuclear waste can become the motherlode of clean energy

“One person’s trash is another person’s treasure.” How many times have we heard this expression?

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It's Time for a Homegrown U.S. Nuclear Manufacturing Base

U.S.-based nuclear innovation is in dire need of commercialization.