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19 April 2017
The UK’s new fusion experiment MAST Upgrade at Culham, Oxfordshire is to receive funding to tackle one of the hottest issues in fusion energy research – plasma exhaust.
18 April 2017
David Sigsworth OBE has taken up the role of Chairman at Hawick based Turnbull & Scott, the heat transfer specialist engineering firm.
07 April 2017
The UK Atomic Energy Authority announces collaboration with ITER Organization in remote handling
05 April 2017
Drone carries out first survey of an active area at Sellafield
04 April 2017
Horizon Nuclear Power submits its site licence application for Wylfa Newydd
31 March 2017
Hinkley Point C starts to take shape as construction begins
30 March 2017
NIA welcomes confirmation from the Office for Nuclear Regulation and the Environment Agency that it has approved the AP1000 reactor design
29 March 2017
The Prime Minister, Theresa May, today began the formal process for leaving the European Union by triggering Article 50.
17 March 2017
The NSAN Annual Awards Dinner took place on 16 March and celebrated the next generation of nuclear workers. The NIA presented the SME Apprentice of the year award, which went to Daniel King, Ultra Electronics.
10 March 2017
The sixth biennial Nuclear New Build Conference will take place 27-28 June 2017 at London’s iconic County Hall
14 February 2017
NIA comment on Toshiba’s announcement confirming its commitment to the NuGen nuclear new build project at Moorside in Cumbria
01 February 2017
“The UK nuclear industry has made it crystal clear to the Government that our preferred position is to maintain membership of Euratom.”
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