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Decommissioning developments

Nuclear safety fears fuel robot wars, reports Boris Sedacca



Nuclear inspection benefits from new generation sensor lens

Increasing demand from the nuclear industry for radiation hard lenses optimised to operate with the latest generation of colour sensors



Chaos and confusion over new UK nuclear delay, says IChemE

The delay brings further confusion to UK energy policy on top of a period of considerable upheaval that has seen the withdrawal of government support from wind and solar projects



Nuclear inspection benefits from new sensor lens

Increasing demand from the nuclear industry for radiation hard lenses optimised to operate with the latest generation of colour sensors



Vertical cask transporter

Enerpac’s vertical cask transporter for safe handling of spent nuclear fuel storage casks



Flexible format radiation resistant lens resolve optics

Used in nuclear fuel handling operation, reactor active zones and radioactive waste storage plants



Nuclear family gathering

World Nuclear Exhibition takes place From 28 to 30 June at Le Bourget, France



Planning their nuclear fusion experiments

Virtalis Visionary Render Virtual Reality software is being used by scientists and both optical and mechanical design engineers



Nuclear power: keeping to the maintenance plan

In the nuclear industry safety is paramount and the design and specification used for equipment involved in generating plants are governed by a series of stringent regulations. Graeme Robertson reports



The new nuclear

Modern nuclear plants can form a major part of an affordable low carbon transition, according to a new report from the ETI



Facing up to the cyber threat to nuclear power plants

New research suggests that some nuclear power plants are underprepared for cyber attack



Majority of the public support UK nuclear power

A survey of 2,000 members of the public finds 56% support UK using nuclear power in the future. But 44% said they would protest if there were plans for a nuclear waste facility near their home



Radiation resistant zoom lenses

Resolve Optics Ltd has received its single largest ever order for non-browning zoom lenses from nuclear inspection specialists Visatec GmbH



Polymeric encapsulation for radioactive waste immobilisation

Dr Steven Black looks at some of the latest developments to identify optimum methods of encapsulation for a range of waste streams, and the progress being made



Nuclear power: shaping the future

World Nuclear Association Symposium 2015 set for September



Tracking zoom lens

Nuclear applications require the zoom to be radiation resistant utilising special glass types to avoid discolouring when exposed to radiation



Power station electrical package

Balfour Beatty Bailey appointed preferred bidder for £460m Hinkley Point C power station electrical package



Fabrication orders for nuclear power industry

Production to start on 49 duct cradles for a nuclear plant in the UK



£50m contract for storage of historic nuclear waste

Three metre cube boxes will provide storage for waste that is to be retrieved from the Pile Fuel Cladding Silo at Sellafield, UK



Managing motor and generator repairs at nuclear power stations

In the nuclear industry safety is paramount and the design and specification used for equipment involved in generating plants are governed by a series of stringent regulations. Graeme Robertson reports



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