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17 January 2018
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Turbines for Turkey
A joint venture between General Electric and Russia’s Atomenergomash has been selected to supply the conventional island for Turkey’s $20bn Akkuyu project. Caroline Peachey reports

Chalking out the future
Building on seven decades of science at Chalk River, Canadian Nuclear Laboratories is undertaking a massive revitalisation of the research campus, capabilities and programmes, as Mark Lesinski explains

Around the clock monitoring
Coltraco Ultrasonics explains why continuous monitoring of fire protections systems is critical at nuclear facilities and how it can be achieved.

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 quest for greater efficiency and even some new value propositions beyond generation. Jacquie Hoornweg reports

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

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