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That this House notes that Americium-241 is a by-product of nuclear power stations such as those in Heysham; further notes that the University of Leicester is now developing radio isotope thermo electric generators that could turn this into a safe and low cost fuel to be used for space exploration; and congratulates both the University of Leicester and the wider nuclear physics community for continuing to innovate new and exciting forms of energy generation.
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