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Vladimir Poplavsky: It is Too Early to Compare Lead to Sodium

As far back as in1949, Alexander Ilyich Leypunsky submitted to the Government an internal report in which he stated the fast technology potential in terms of nuclear fuel breeding; afterwards these ideas formed the basis for the concept of fast reactors...

Dmitry Klinov: BFS is being renewed

The task of the BFS retrofitting and upgrading arose in late 2010 as a consequence of the enormous difficulties that we had encountered in renewing the licence to operate our fast critical facilities...

JSC SSC RIAR and Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute signed the Memorandum of Understanding concerning the scientific and technical cooperation

The Memorandum of Understanding provides that both RIAR and KAERI (as the pivotal research institutions in the Russian Federation and in the Republic of Korea, respectively which are engaged in research and development in support of sustainable development of nuclear power industry) will focus t...

Technical Meeting on Design, Manufacturing and Irradiation Behaviour

Fast reactors are vital towards meeting security and sustainability of nuclear energy in long-term perspective...

Christophe Behar: ASTRID will be a demonstrator of innovative options

Steven Kirsch: I do not know anyone who has not come away impressed

Georgy Toshinsky: lead - bismuth is ready for demonstration

BN-350 reactor facility. Collected experience. Part 4.

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WANO appoints Tom Mitchell as the new WANO Chairman

WANO appoints Tom Mitchell as the new WANO Chairman

The World Association of Nuclear Operators (WANO), the world's leading safety organisation for commercial nuclear power plants, announced that it has elected Mr Tom Mitchell as the next Chairman of WANO.


Peter Prozesky

Peter Prozesky
WANO's mission is to maximise the safety and reliability of nuclear power plants worldwide. We do this by working together to assess, benchmark and improve performance through mutual support, exchange of information, and emulation of best practices.


Victor Murogov

Victor Murogov
If we talk about the history of the nuclear science and technology, which determined the creation and the development of nuclear weapons and, then, nuclear power, we must return more than 100 years ago, in the early 20th century.


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