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New Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation Chris Skidmore gave his first major speech on science policy during a visit to UKAEA.
UKAEA has appointed Antonia Jenkinson as its new Chief Financial Officer and Director of Corporate Affairs, with effect from 11 February 2019.
£40 million advanced nuclear reactor technology centre is planned for Menai Science Park in Anglesey
The Duke was at Culham to mark the end of construction of the UK’s new nuclear fusion experiment, MAST Upgrade.
A training centre that will equip up to 350 apprentices per year with badly-needed technical skills for the local economy is now taking shape at Culham Science Centre near Abingdon.
UKAEA will welcome a range of hi-tech and fusion-related businesses to its Culham site as part of a major expansion
Culham Science Centre, home to 1,500 highly skilled scientists and innovators, has been granted permission to expand by Science Minister Sam Gyimah.
Industry and Research Community Consultation sought for this new £40M national facility
Professor David Gann CBE is appointed as new Chair of the UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA).
Board appointments made to the UKAEA which leads on the commercial development of fusion power and related technology.
HRH The Duke of York visited UKAEA yesterday to see at first hand its pioneering work on fusion energy at Culham Science Centre near Abingdon.
Oxford event offers industry chance to partner with UKAEA on ITER investment
Chair sought for world leading fusion lab
UKAEA secures Industrial Strategy funding for fusion research
Financial and academic experts sought for UKAEA Board
UKAEA’s state of the art robotics technology centre at Culham Science Centre to be test site for driverless cars
The investment will tackle key challenge in fusion power development
UKAEA announces collaboration with ITER Organization in remote handling
Statement from UKAEA
UKAEA is part of a partnership chosen by government to conduct an audit to help Oxfordshire build on its strengths in science and innovation
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