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The collaboration between Imperial College in London, University of Cambridge and the Open University (ICO) for doctoral training in nuclear energy will provide students with a world-class background in nuclear technology with funding from EPSRC and industrial partners.

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Science Festival 2017

With events from astronomy to zoology, the 2017 Cambridge Science Festival welcomes everyone to explore and discuss science through talks, hands-on activities, performances, exhibitions and films. This year we are ‘getting personal’, looking at health and disease, our place in the world and our impact on the environment in which we live. The 2017 Cambridge Science Festival programme is now available to view online. Bookings open 20th February - browse the programme now......

Programme

Hitachi - Delegate Accommodation

Delegates can book bed and breakfast accommodation in single ensuite rooms at Jesus College, Cambridge, for any or all of the nights of Tuesday 21st, Wednesday 22nd and Thursday 23rd March 2017, at a cost of £68 (including VAT) per night. Bookings can be made (using the Promotion Code: ABWR2017) online at:

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ABWR Seminar - Hitachi-GE

ABWR Seminar at Cambridge University Presented by Hitachi-GE Nuclear Energy Limited 22nd – 23rd March 2017 Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge Boiling water reactor technology is new to the UK. This seminar is an opportunity to learn about it. Registration is free.

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Hitachi - further details

The ABWR design is currently under review by the Office of Nuclear Regulation and Horizon Nuclear Power is planning to build the first UK ABWR at Wylfa site in Anglesey. ABWR is an advanced Generation III+ reactor already built, with four units in Japan having excellent operating record. This two-day seminar is a unique opportunity to gain understanding of ABWR technology and safety features, meet key people in the Hitachi-GE team and network with other key players in the UK nuclear industry. Some of the topics to be coveredatthe seminar are: Status of Wylfa project, Design and Operation of ABWR, Thermal-hydraulics of ABWR, Pu Utilization in BWRs, PRA and Severe Accidents, Lessons learned from Fukushima.

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Science Festival 2017

Feb 08, 2017

With events from astronomy to zoology, the 2017 Cambridge Science Festival welcomes everyone to explore and discuss science through talks, hands-on activities, performances, exhibitions and films.

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