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440 nuclear unit are operating in the world, 54 units are under construction

Three operators can manage plants with 12 NuScale reactors

Rosatom starts life tests of third-generation VVER-440 nuclear fuel

Rostov NPP has obtained a license for the production of medical oxygen

IAEA distributed Iranian response to DDG report

154 fuel assemblies were unloaded from spent fuel pool of third unit of Fukushima Daiichi NPP

IAEA published pocket guide for medical physicists supporting response to a nuclear or radiological emergency

China needs to have its own isotope production to ensure supply stability

Japanese HTTR has taken another step towards restart

Nuclear fuel has been delivered for initial loading to power unit 1 of Belarusian NPP

441 nuclear unit is operating in the world, 54 units are under construction

First time in history foreign vendor inspection was done in remote mode

441 nuclear unit is operating in the world, 53 units are under construction

Over 200 ROSATOM executives donate money to fight coronavirus pandemic

Rosatom facility inks long-term contract for supply of nuclear fuel components to ETRR-2 reactor in Egypt

TVEL will supply fuel for the reactor at CVR Nuclear Research Center in the Czech Republic

442 nuclear units are operating in the world, 53 units are under construction

442 nuclear units are operating in the world, 52 units are under construction

TVEL Fuel Company and Spanish partners develop cooperation in Decommissioning and Dismantling of nuclear facilities

443 nuclear units are operating in the world, 52 units are under construction

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Managing Nuclear Knowledge - A Forward Looking Story

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William D. Magwood, IV

William D. Magwood, IV
I think our members have understood that one of the biggest issues going forward is making sure that we have a new generation of young people that can take up the work of developing, deploying and operating nuclear facilities in the future.


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Alexey Lankevich

Alexey Lankevich
Despite the benefits, small modular reactors also have disadvantages. In this paper we want to highlight and explore how SMRs challenge the existing nonproliferation regime. Finally, we draw conclusions from the analysis.


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