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14 February, 2018
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Expanding WANO 14 February, 2018 The World Association of Nuclear Operators is looking to expand its presence geographically while increasing its focus on support for the industry. Caroline Peachey speaks with...

Human capital 14 February, 2018 Given the aspirational goals of most nuclear power programmes, executive compensation plans should be designed with a long-term view, Paul Lalovich explains.

New turbine control for Qinshan II 13 February, 2018 A turbine control upgrade at China National Nuclear Corporation’s Qinshan Phase II is boosting reliability. Dylan Boby gives an overview of the project.

Solutions for the skills challenge 13 February, 2018 There are skills challenges ahead that will only be addressed through a continuing collaborative approach. Jo Tipa explains how NSAN is helping to bring the UK nuclear sector together...

Why the UK must not crash out of Euratom 07 February, 2018 One of the least understood and most damaging aspects of Brexit is the decision to leave Euratom. This gratuitous act of self-harm by the UK is unnecessary, explains Tim Yeo.

Building Baltic 07 February, 2018 Russia is seeking European cooperation for Baltic nuclear power plant

A ruthenium mystery 30 January, 2018 Russia has set up a scientific commission to investigate the source of ruthenium-106 detected across Europe, Judith Perera reports

Double decontamination 30 January, 2018 Germany’s Grafenrheinfeld is the only reactor worldwide to perform two full system decontaminations during its lifetime. Christian Topf, Sigrid Schütz and Christian Volkmann explain...

Advancing SG inspection 23 January, 2018 Rob Smith and Mike Boudreaux explain how robotic technology and advanced software can make steam generator inspections safer and more efficient

New cask for China 23 January, 2018 Spanish firm Ensa has designed a cask to transport high burnup spent fuel assemblies from China’s Daya Bay and Ling Ao nuclear plants to an interim fuel store

Poland’s nuclear response 23 January, 2018 Minji Park and Kya Palomaki analyse the Polish statues for nuclear power development, taking into consideration proliferation issues and their geopolitical implications

Turbines for Turkey 16 January, 2018 A joint venture between General Electric and Russia’s Atomenergomash has been selected to supply the conventional island for Turkey’s $20bn Akkuyu project. Caroline Peachey reports

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