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Today, we are giving the opportunity to Lukas to introduce himself. He will be supporting inTechBrew’s activities this summer, as part of studies at University of Texas. Hello, I would like to introduce myself as the newest member of inTechBrew. I am Lukas Brazdeikis, and I am starting here as an intern. I come from […]

Gloveboxes pose a unique challenge for Sellafield Ltd and it’s another that the Game Changer process has been called upon in the search for solutions. As part of the decommissioning programme at the nuclear site, gloveboxes, historically used for research, development and fuel fabrication, need to be dismantled. There are around 700 gloveboxes at Sellafiel

Safe storage and monitoring techniques are critically important as Sellafield Ltd evolves into a waste management and remediation site. Two Game Changers projects designed to address these challenging aspects of waste management are proving to offer promising solutions. With thousands of packages in engineered stores, it would be impractical to remove and in

Last time, we introduce you to Game Changers and its new Innovation Forum. Today, we are focussing on their new technical challenge coming straight from Sellafield Ltd. The latest Game Changers challenges launched in the continuous quest for decommissioning solutions focus on leak prevention and minimisation and leaking crack identification and condition mon

Game Changers focus on innovation forum Game Changers is the UK’s leading nuclear innovation programme, helping identify solutions to some of the most complex challenges faced by the nuclear industry. Providing a platform that connects challenge owners and solution providers, Game Changers’ proven innovation process delivers results. Now in its fifth yea

With the fourth industrial revolution currently undergoing across the globe, AI is on everybody’s lips. Is AI in nuclear also a thing ? Would we see one day an AI piloting a nuclear reactor? This debate already started a whilst back. As seen here, the U.S. Department Of Energy published an analysis back in 1985. […]

The European Union Research Group (JRC) has just issued a detailed report on the possible impact of nuclear energy on humans and the environment. The report comes at a time when Europe is engaging in a complex taxonomy assessment. This taxonomy will classify which economic activities in the European Union (EU) can be considered as […]

For the past few weeks, all the nuclear industry has heard about the EU Taxonomy. JRC – the EU commission technical arm – has declared that nuclear energy does not harm the environment. Many articles have been published on how nuclear should be included in the EU taxonomy but actually very few have explained what […]

SMR’s, the latest nuclear innovation? No doubt you have heard about SMR’s – Small Modular Reactors – / AMR’s – Advanced Modular Reactors – over the past few years. These small reactors – 300 MWe per module max – have even eclipsed the Gen IV reactors. Are SMR’s the next nuclear innovation? With over

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