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UK scientists generate electricity from rare element to power future space missions

Experts have generated electricity from a rare chemical
element for the first time which may mean future space missions can be powered
for up to 400 years.

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Welcome to Our New Website

Welcome to our new website. We’ve completely redesigned it and thoroughly updated the content. It’s been designed specifically with our users in mind and structured to help you find the information you want.

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Teenagers Dream Placement at NNL

Two teenagers from Cumbria have spent the week getting under the skin of the National Nuclear Laboratory as part of a unique work experience scheme.

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NNL is seeking Non-Executive Directors

The UK Government is seeking 3 Non-Executive Directors, including one Senior Independent Director, to sit on NNL’s Board and to fulfil all the duties and responsibilities commensurate with this position.

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Double Delight at Skills Awards

There was double delight for NNL at the end of last week when NNL scooped not one, but two top awards at the Nuclear Skills Awards Diner in Manchester.

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Fingers Crossed – Three Times Over – for NNL at Nuclear Skills Award

Tonight sees the Annual Nuclear Skills Awards Dinner in Manchester – one of the major events in the nuclear industry calendar.

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Your Future in Mind – Competition – Your Chance to go to South Korea

This checklist will ensure you meet the criteria and help you provide your best entry.

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NNL’s Reputation Receives International Recognition

The international standing and reputation of the UK’s National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL) have been highlighted in Japanese TV and newspaper coverage this week.

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Natalie Scoops National Apprentice Title

NNL’s North West based Natalie White took top honours last night in a prestigious National Competition to celebrate Apprentices in the UK.

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NNL and UCLAN agree to work together

NNL and University of Central Lancashire have formally agreed to work together on projects in the Nuclear Sector to better understand the public value that they add.

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