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11 December 2018
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Driving change with IMSR
Terrestrial Energy’s integral molten salt reactor is redefining what a nuclear plant can do. Simon Irish and David LeBlanc explain.

Canada thinks big about small
Canada’s SMR Roadmap, released in early November 2018, charts a path forward for demonstration and deployment of small modular reactors. John Stewart provides a preview...

New ways to split atoms
In Canada, nuclear innovation has been happening for decades through research and development. Now, with further technology advances in traditional Candu plants and small modular reactors, the industry hopes to attract a new generation as it makes its pitch to help save the world from climate change.

Dismantling Ignalina
Vladimir N. Kuznetsov* speaks to NEI about decommissioning plans for Ignalina.

Why use simulators for engineering?
Didier Paen and Jean-Christophe Blanchon outline five reasons why the nuclear sector could benefit from engineering simulators, drawing on the experience at Flamanville 3 and other EPR projects.

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