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  • Exploring the operation of nuclear reactors

    Engineer Benoit Forget is developing computer solutions so that he can test and improve the operation of nuclear reactors.
  • New nuclear energy record reached

    Engineers and scientists at the MIT Plasma Science Center have achieved a new nuclear energy production record for nuclear fusion.
  • Prospective work at Hinkley Point

    The green light for the construction of two EPR reactors at Hinkley Point in the United Kingdom is expected to generate more than 7,000 jobs in France.
  • Accelerating innovation with FabLabs

    Use of the FabLab concept – a facility to forge and rapidly test ideas – is growing in the nuclear field as well.
  • Global nuclear power will continue to grow

    Installed nuclear power will continue to grow until 2030, mainly in China and South Korea.
  • GENESIS keeps an eye on our nuclear plants

    The GENESIS research platform  look at the long-term impact of  radiocativity on material  used in a nuclear power plant
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  • Exploring the operation of nuclear reactors

    Engineer Benoit Forget is developing computer solutions so that he can test and improve the operation of nuclear reactors.
  • New nuclear energy record reached

    Engineers and scientists at the MIT Plasma Science Center have achieved a new nuclear energy production record for nuclear fusion.
  • Prospective work at Hinkley Point

    The green light for the construction of two EPR reactors at Hinkley Point in the United Kingdom is expected to generate more than 7,000 jobs in France.
  • Accelerating innovation with FabLabs

    Use of the FabLab concept – a facility to forge and rapidly test ideas – is growing in the nuclear field as well.
  • Global nuclear power will continue to grow

    Installed nuclear power will continue to grow until 2030, mainly in China and South Korea.
  • GENESIS keeps an eye on our nuclear plants

    The GENESIS research platform  look at the long-term impact of  radiocativity on material  used in a nuclear power plant
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