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India’s closed cycle A closed fuel cycle can help India reduce its high-level waste while meeting its goal of a sustainable nuclear programme. Saurav Jha looks in more detail.
Halfway to reality Ten years after its inception, the international Iter project has passed the halfway mark. Judith Perera reviews the progress.
Disposal of damaged fuel Christoph Rirschl and Hagen Höfer introduce a new concept for disposal of damaged fuel rods in dual purpose casks.
Hanford’s melters With the installation of two huge melters, Darcy Richardson explains how the focus is shifting to startup and commissioning at the first phase of US radioactive waste treatment plant.
Going digital The UK’s new Industrial Strategy and Nuclear Sector Deal aim for rapid growth in advanced computing and simulation to beat foreign competition, Ian Jackson explains.
Safety first Dr Richard Stahl and Doug True give an insight into Jensen Hughes’ ambition to improve the science of safety in the nuclear sector.
A decommissioning revolution William Roberts reflects on how attitudes towards decommissioning have evolved over the past 30 years.
Berkeley reborn An old nuclear research complex has been transformed into a college campus offering top-class training for future engineers and scientists, Deborah Ward explains.
Engineering export Nuclear Engineering International talks to Valery Igoryevitch Limarenko, Chief Executive Officer at ASE Group of Companies, the engineering division of Russian state nuclear...
Expanding WANO 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...
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