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Canada and US show growing interest in SMRs The past few weeks has seen a spate of developments, especially in Canada and the USA, intended to promote and support the development of small and advanced reactors, as Judith...
One flash and it’s done Flash sintering technology has electrifying potential for advanced nuclear fuel manufacture, as David Pearmain and Carolyn Grimley explain
Advances at Angarsk Russia’s Angarsk Electrochemical Plant (AECC) was set up in 1957 to carry out uranium conversion and enrichment. Judith Perera gives an update on work being carried out to...
Russia designs new nuclear fuels Over the past few years Russia has been working hard to develop new nuclear fuels for VVER and fast reactor units, Judith Perera reports
When old meets new Sweden’s central storage facility for spent fuel is unique in many ways. Preparations are now under way to add an encapsulation plant. Kristina Gillin explains
Going remote Cavendish Nuclear has used remote testing to overcome challenges posed by COVID-19 in order to deliver a critical electrical panel ahead of schedule and on budget, as part of the...
Enhancing economics with ATF Adoption of advanced technology fuels (ATF) is on the rise, but their economic impact is poorly understood. The UK’s Advanced Fuel Cycle Programme is shifting understanding. By...
Penny Nuclear innovate to keep business running throughout lockdown Penny Nuclear team utilise CCTV systems to remotely complete Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT) and to keep projects moving.
Improving resilience of India’s fleet New safety upgrades and severe accident management measures have been implemented at India’s nuclear power plants in the nine years since the Fukushima accident, as Saurav Jha reports
Nuclear delivers a stronger tomorrow Agneta Rising and John Lindberg give an overview of the World Nuclear Association’s latest reports on nuclear power
Nuclear development in Brazil Judith Perera reports on Nuclear Engineering International’s recent webinar, which focused on nuclear power in Brazil
Reaching new areas UK companies demonstrate how an innovative robotic solution transforms their capability to locate and sample hard-to-reach nuclear waste
Intelligent approach to improve O&M A US-funded programme is working to develop digital technologies that could improve operations and lower maintenance costs for the next generation of nuclear power plants
JT-60SA: ready to support ITER The world’s largest superconducting tokamak JT-60SA has been completed in Japan and is targeting first plasma later this year
Decommissioning: All in it together Sharing decommissioning best practice between oil and gas, offshore wind and nuclear facilities has yielded promising areas for future work in the UK, Jeremy Gordon reports
Designs heat up in Asia Japan, China and South Korea are all developing high-temperature reactors, while Indonesia has ambitious plans. Judith Perera reports
Helping hand for Fuqing The World Association of Nuclear Operators (WANO), is helping two new Hualong One reactors under construction at China’s Fuqing nuclear power plant to achieve a safe and reliable startup
Poland’s plans for nuclear power Poland is planning to have between 6GW and 9GW of nuclear capacity in operation by 2045, replacing coal-fired plants. By Rumyana Vakarelska
Benefits of blockchain for safeguards Does blockchain offer new opportunities for safeguards of nuclear materials? A prototype developed for Stuk, Finland’s nuclear regulator, lays a foundation for improving data...
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