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21 March 2018
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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.

Disposal of damaged fuel
Christoph Rirschl and Hagen Höfer introduce a new concept for disposal of damaged fuel rods in dual purpose casks.

Hanford’s melters
With the installation of two huge melters, Darcy Richardson explains how the focus is shifting to startup and commissioning at the first phase of US radioactive waste treatment plant.

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