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Iran feels the heat
14 October, 2005
The restart of Iran’s uranium conversion facility in Isfahan has triggered a frenzy of diplomatic activity across the globe. By Judith Perera

Predictions galore
15 August, 2005
The nuclear power industry has drawn encouragement from recent energy projections such as the International Energy Agency's "World Energy Outlook 2004". Here we look at a number of energy outlook reports and ask whether they really do predict a bright nuclear future.

Finally, its official
28 July, 2005
At a debate in London on 19 April, the motion that “Nuclear energy must power our future” won through, albeit without an overall majority. Supporters of nuclear are right to take it as a victory, despite the fact that the advocates against the motion convinced more of the undecided. By Jeremy Gordon

Load factors to end of March 2005
27 July, 2005
by Richard Knox

Thorp stays in control
12 July, 2005
The majority of Thorp plant control systems were purchased in the 1980s with the assurance from the manufacturers that they would be supported for an initial, nominal period of typically 10 years. Extended project timescales meant that a large part of this support period was used up before systems became operational. By Colin Fisher and Robert Wagstaff

Military reactors not covered by EU treaty
26 April, 2005

Britain has changed
12 April, 2005
To mark one of the most important events the UK nuclear industry has ever experienced – the birth of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority on 1 April – this issue of NEI is focusing mainly on things British.

EU waste report
01 April, 2005

Carry on at CoRWM
29 March, 2005
A UK committee charged with advising government on the crucial business of radwaste disposal has suffered much criticism over its membership and methods. What have been the sources of concern? By John Large

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