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UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA)
How working arrangements at the UK Atomic Energy Authority are changing due to the coronavirus.
The UK Atomic Energy Authority has donated essential personal protective equipment (PPE) to the NHS for use during the coronavirus pandemic.
UKAEA’s new fusion technology centre at Rotherham is now well under construction.
UKAEA is partnering with the University of Bristol on world-leading battery technology.
Amanda Solloway MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, was at Culham Science Centre today.
Significant step for Culham Science Centre’s new connected and autonomous vehicle building.
The annual awards celebrate the accomplishments and future potential of researchers working in science and engineering.
Companies interested in commercial opportunities from the UK fusion programme can register interest in the first UK Fusion Suppliers Forum in February 2020.
Play your part in bringing cleaner energy to the world.
F1 engineering legend - and former UKAEA apprentice - Ross Brawn came to Culham Science Centre to open the new training academy.
The UK Atomic Energy Authority has responded to the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy's decision to fund plans to upgrade the Culham site.
The UK Government is committing £220M to the conceptual design of a fusion power station – the Spherical Tokamak for Energy Production (STEP).
UKAEA is to open a £22M fusion energy research facility in Rotherham next year to engage industry in commercial fusion energy development
UKAEA has awarded a systems design and integration contract for its new H3AT tritium facility to a consortium led by Cheshire-based Different by Design (DBD).
Prime Minister Boris Johnson visited the UKAEA at Culham Science Centre to make his first major science policy announcement since taking office.
The Spherical Tokamak for Energy Production is an ambitious programme to accelerate the delivery of sustainable fusion energy
UKAEA will continue to be at the forefront of UK robotics after the Government announced a £3 million extension to its RACE research facility.
Chancellor of the Exchequer, The Rt Hon Philip Hammond MP visited UKAEA's Culham Science Centre on 10 May to see their ground-breaking research in fusion energy
Second Athena SWAN Bronze Award as UKAEA sets sights on a more inclusive workplace
The future of the world’s largest operational fusion research facility has been secured with a new contract signed between the UK and the European Commission.
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