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A joint venture between General Electric and Russia’s Atomenergomash has...
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Achieving the CANDU promise As CANDU operators create their own version of the US industry’s Nuclear Promise, they are finding innovations in technology, culture and collaboration are the go-to elements in the...
Leveraging lasers Laser cutting technologies offer huge potential for nuclear decommissioning. Work is currently underway to utilise the technique for cutting fuel debris at Fukushima Daiichi
New technique with big benefits Westinghouse has teamed up with two US utilities to hone a new steam generation inspection technique that cuts the time it takes to inspect thousands of tubes and can save up to...
Nuclear power: 2017 in review We take a look back at some of the main developments in the nuclear industry in 2017
Advancing load following control Thanks to new innovation the Advanced Load Following Control system can become the autopilot for a reactor. Andreas Kuhn and Konrad Schirrmeister, explain the concept
Characterisation trial Safe and cost-effective management of nuclear waste is more important than ever. Suzanne Glorie explains how new technologies can help.
American Imperative Maria Korsnick, head of the Nuclear Energy Institute, explains that the US industry has adopted a four-step strategy to preserve its existing fleet, support innovation and help...
India’s research fleet Saurav Jha explains how India is using its research reactor fleet to support its three-stage nuclear programme
NuScale’s story of simulation Simulation played a major role in getting the 50MWe NuScale reactor ready for design certification in the United States. Caroline Peachey reports
Reinterpreting Chernobyl A new hypothesis agrees with an alternative theory for the Chernobyl accident
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