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Dungeness B nuclear power station

Dungeness nuclear plant life to be extended

By John McKenna

Owner EDF also announces several deals with firms including Babcock and Amec Foster Wheeler to support operation of its eight UK plants.

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Data study fuels nuclear safety

By Robert Smith

Engineers at the University of Huddersfield are using electron microscopy to ensure the safety of nuclear reactors.

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Nuclear engineers

Nuclear power

By John McKenna

The Office of Nuclear Regulation became an independent public organisation in April. Chairman of the regulator Nick Baldwin tells John McKenna what this change means for the engineering community.

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money trees skills wealth

A wealth of opportunity

By Robert Smith

Chemical engineering graduates earn some of the best salaries in the country. But does this stop the majority from immediately making the move into other industries?

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money trees skills wealth

A wealth of opportunity

By Robert Smith

Chemical engineering graduates earn some of the best salaries in the country. But does this stop the majority from immediately making the move into other industries?

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Mini spectrometer

Trigger-compatible mini spectrometer

Hamamatsu Photonics has introduced the latest offering in its range of miniature spectrometers, the C11697MB; a high-sensitivity, trigger-compatible VIS-NIR minispectrometer module.

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