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Virtual decommissioning
22 November, 2017
Virtual reality has now reached the field of remote handling and...
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Achieving cyber resilient industrial control systems 22 November, 2017 Atkins cyber security consultant Campbell Hayden asks how civil nuclear organisations can remain resilient against an evolving cyber security threat

Tackling the cyber threat 14 November, 2017 Jalal Bouhdada, Founder and Principal ICS Security Consultant at Applied Risk, discusses why the nuclear industry must alter its mindset to avert future cyberattacks

How can we build affordable reactors? 14 November, 2017 Tony Roulstone examines the economics of nuclear power, highlighting three ways to reduce construction costs.

Microbes for managing waste 07 November, 2017 Professor Katherine Morris and her collaborators at The University of Manchester have developed new analysis of biogeochemical reactions affecting the long term environmental stability...

#SMEM – crisis comms in the social media age 05 November, 2017 Gary Gleason speaks to the US industry about best practices and lessons learned for nuclear communications.

The road to Hanhikivi 02 November, 2017 Caroline Peachey looks back over ten years of work on the Hanhikivi project, from construction developments at the site, to progress on financing, licensing and recruitment

Nuclear power in Ukraine – 40 years of unease 25 October, 2017 Alexey Kovynev looks back at over four decades of nuclear power in Ukraine.

Equipping the Estate 25 October, 2017 The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) is responsible for cleanup of the UK’s legacy nuclear sites, spending some £3.3bn annually. More than half of this is spent with suppliers....

How Rosatom is fuelling innovation 18 October, 2017 The nuclear fuel market is at the cutting edge of new technology. Rosatom tells how its multi-million dollar research programme is improving fuel economics, reliability and performance.

New LEU bank in Kazakhstan 11 October, 2017 Molly Lempriere reports from the opening of the nuclear fuel bank in Kazakhstan.

Outlook for nuclear fuel 11 October, 2017 The latest World Nuclear Association Nuclear Fuel report looks at scenarios for uranium demand and supply to 2035. By Ian Emsley, Staff Director World Nuclear Association Fuel...

Fuelling additive manufacturing 10 October, 2017 Work being carried out by Westinghouse hopes to drive innovative design, learning and acceptance of additive manufacturing forward to benefit the nuclear industry. By William Cleary...


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