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US Sandia Labs develop modelling software to support advanced reactor safety
26 August, 2021
US Sandia National Laboratories (SNL) said on 24 August that it was expanding modelling software to support nuclear safety and regulatory activities related to advanced reactor designs. Nuclear power is a significant source of steady carbon-neutral electricity, making the design and construction of new and next-generation nuclear reactors critical for achieving US green energy goals, SNL noted.

Salamanca: standing out from the crowd
13 September, 2017
Spot prices for uranium are low and production has been scaled back in countries like Kazakhstan. However, Barry Mansfield finds there are new sites set for action, for example at Salamanca in Spain.

Security commitments for the 21st century
29 March, 2017
As more countries look to adopt nuclear power, governments and international organisations must adapt to address evolving security challenges. By Stylianos Chatzidakis

Uranium supply: a troubled market
03 October, 2013
July saw the spot price indicator for uranium concentrates dip below $40 per pound for the first time in over seven years. With demand growing slowly amid adequate supply, it remains unlikely that any new projects will enter active development until the market environment improves significantly. By Julian Steyn and Thomas Meade

Fukushima Daiichi water isolation improved
03 October, 2011

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