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Malaysia gears up Rumyana Vakarelska looks at Malaysia’s progress towards its first nuclear power plant.
Evolving mix Dohee Hahn, the director of the nuclear power division at the International Atomic Energy Agency, speaks to NEI about activities in Asia.
Nuclear skills: challenges and opportunities We speak to Jean Llewellyn from the National Skills Academy for Nuclear and other some industry stakeholders to gain perspective on the skills landscape in the UK and across Europe.
A vision for the UK David Flin reports from a recent seminar in London where issues surrounding the UK’s nuclear future were discussed.
Protecting electronics from the effects of radiation Jens Verbeeck gives an insight into the challenge of developing electronic devices that can operate in high-radiation environments.
Provide your perspective on training and skills Nuclear Engineering International magazine is seeking feedback on training and skills from organisations across the nuclear industry.
Cleaning up Andreeva Bay After ten years of preparation, a project to remove spent nuclear fuel and radwaste form Russia’s nuclear submarines is now underway. Judith Perera reports.
Providing Answers Amec Foster Wheeler’s John Lillington says that software codes that were first developed decades ago have remained an essential tool for designers of new reactors.
A failed ontology: The Linear No-Threshold model of radiogenic cancer The linear no-threshold model of radiogenic cancer is false. Because it fails empirically against superior empiricism, it becomes misinformation and opinion, not knowledge, but it...
Breaking into new developments In April 2017, Exelon Generation and Japan Atomic Power Company (JAPC) formed a joint venture company, JExel Nuclear, to assist Horizon Nuclear Power develop two Advanced Boiling...
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