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Out of this world NASA is looking to nuclear fission to provide a safe and reliable power source for its plans to expand missions to Mars and the outer planets
Safety seven years on Peter Prozesky looks at the key measures WANO has implemented with its members following the Fukushima Daiichi accident
Simulators for radiation training Electronic radiation simulators can offer significant benefits in radiation safety training, providing the opportunity for first-hand experience in handling detectors in...
The US nuclear waste impasse For several years there has been an impasse, among politicians, over how to make progress on dealing with the intractable problem of US nuclear waste, as Michael McBride and Robin...
A view over Europe NEI takes a look at the status of nuclear power in Europe
Enter the giant A new super-heavy lift crane has been developed for construction of Hinkley Point C in the UK. NEI learns more from Stijn Sarens.
Priorities for nuclear security As the World Institute for Nuclear Security (WINS) approaches its 10th Anniversary, Roger Howsley provides a perspective on how international nuclear security issues have evolved and...
Keeping Kuosheng operating Rai-Fong Su explains how an innovative approach to spent fuel storage is helping to prolong the operating life of Taiwan’s Kuosheng 1.
India’s closed cycle A closed fuel cycle can help India reduce its high-level waste while meeting its goal of a sustainable nuclear programme. Saurav Jha looks in more detail.
Halfway to reality Ten years after its inception, the international Iter project has passed the halfway mark. Judith Perera reviews the progress.
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