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12 December 2019
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Loviisa goes virtual
Finnish utility Fortum has developed a fully dynamic and interactive virtual reality control room for training operators at Loviisa, Caroline Peachey reports.

Developing the DN30
The DN30 package is used for the transport of enriched uranium hexafluoride. Franz Hilbert, Maik Hennebach and Yara van Wijk discuss design developments for higher enrichments and reprocessed uranium.

Mobile measurements
EDF Energy is using a novel mobile gamma spectroscopy application to protect the public, as Keith Pearce learns.

The tide is turning
As the global nuclear industry gathered in London in September for the 2019 World Nuclear Symposium climate change, innovation and the outlook for uranium were all on the agenda, NEI reports.

RASIMS, a vital nuclear component
With the launch of the IAEA’s Radiation Safety Information Management System Version 2.0, Andrew Tunnicliffe takes a looks at what the system is and why it’s an important component to the safe and secure management of radioactive materials across the nuclear industry.

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