IAEA Marks 40 Years of Safeguards Assistance from NNL-Supported Programme
The UK Support Programme (UKSP) was established in 1980 to provide technical safeguards support to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
We’re delighted to be able to share more about the work of the Centre for Innovative Nuclear Decommissioning (CINDe) with launch of a mini-site explaining who’s involved, what they’re working on and the outputs that have alr
NDA PhD Seminar Showcases Students
The 8th Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) PhD seminar was held on Wednesday 29th January 2020 at the Manchester Conference Centre.
Work Experience Programme 2020
are delighted to announce our work experience programme for 2020. We have a total of 30 opportunities at our Warrington, Preston and Workington sites.
NNL Welcomes BEIS and NIRO to View Advanced Fuel Cycle Programme Work
NNL’s Preston Laboratory was delighted to host a major visit from the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and the Nuclear Innovation and Research Office (NIRO)
National Nuclear Laboratory and Sellafield Ltd partner with Lloyd’s Register Safety Accelerator on ventilation duct inspection
National Nuclear Laboratory is pleased to be partnering with Sellafield Ltd and Lloyd’s Register Safety Accelerator to improve the safety and efficiency of ventilation duct inspection.
NNL Playing Key Role in UK-SMR Consortium
NNL are pleased and proud to be one of the members of a consortium of organisations, led by Rolls Royce, aiming to develop the UK-SMR concept for a small modular nuclear power stations design.
NDA PhD Bursary 2019-20
National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL), on behalf of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) is pleased to announced the 2019-20 PhD bursary call for proposals.
Non-Executive Director required
UK Government is currently advertising for a non-executive director to join NNL’s Board.
NNL Welcomes Programme of Advanced Nuclear Fuel Cycle Research
NNL welcomes the update from Government concerning the Advanced Fuel Cycle Programme (AFCP) – part of BEIS’s previously announced £180m Nuclear Innovation Programme.