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22 February 2019
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Valuing UK industry
The UK sector gathered in December at the Nuclear Industry Association’s annual conference to discuss plans to grow the country’s nuclear capabilities, NEI reports.

Atomic education
From the early days, the UK has been at the forefront of nuclear science and technology. Paul Norman, director of the UK’s longest-running nuclear degree programme, looks at how the industry and higher education have evolved.

Repairing Hinkley B
UK-based CSC Services has completed a concrete spalling remediation programme at EDF Energy's Hinkley Point B nuclear plant.

Nuclear knowledge management
Preserving scientific and technical competence for the safe operation and decommissioning of existing nuclear facilities is becoming increasingly important. Jo Tipa looks at some of the tools, techniques and training available for firms in the nuclear sector.

A Brexit blindspot: US retransfer consent rights?
James Glasgow, Meghan Hammond and Ruthanne Neely from Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pitman, identify potential obstacles concerning the retransfer of nuclear materials and components between the UK and Euratom countries

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