NNL and JAEA Broaden Existing Agreement to Include HTGR Technology
NNL and the Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA) have announced that their existing technical collaboration agreement, signed in 2001, is to be broadened to encompass High Temperature Gas-cooled Reactor (HTGR) technology.
Major International Honour for Fiona Rayment
We are delighted to share the news that our Chief Science and Technology Officer, Fiona Rayment OBE, has been recognised internationally through being awarded the rank of Chevalier of the prestigious Légion d’Honneur by the Fre
New NNL Report Highlights Critical Steps Towards Delivery of Advanced Nuclear Technology
NNL today publishes a major new report – Advanced Nuclear for Heat and Hydrogen – which highlights the key enablers for advanced nuclear technology to play a wider role in decarbonising society and helping the UK to reach
New Contract for NNL to Progress Space Battery Work
We’re pleased to announce a major new contract from the European Space Agency for NNL to carry our further ground-breaking work on the development of “space batteries” powered by americium-241.
NNL Designated as the UK’s First IAEA Collaborating Centre
We are delighted to announce that the UK’s National Nuclear Laboratory has been formally designated as a Collaborating Centre by the IAEA.
NDA PhD Bursary call 2020-21
NNL would like to announce that we are again working with the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority on the PhD Bursary call for 2021.
NNL Welcomes Government Funding for Advanced Nuclear Technology
NNL welcomes the announcement by Government of a substantial £40 million programme of investment in advanced nuclear energy technology.
NNL launches first academic call to support advanced nuclear fuels and recycle research
NNL is currently welcoming proposals from university academics for access to a range of equipment in our Central Laboratory facility.
Professor Steve Garwood Joins the NNL Board
NNL welcomes the announcement by Government that Prof Steve Garwood has been appointed to the NNL Board.
NNL Welcomes Government’s R&D Roadmap
NNL welcomes the publication today of the Government’s R&D Roadmap, aimed at ensuring the UK is the best place in the world for scientists and researchers.