NNL’s Pilot Campus Unveils Challenge Statements To Inspire Next Generation Of Nuclear Scientists
The National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL) has announced challenge statements in collaboration with Game Changers.
The Telegraph – Nuclear isn’t perfect, but it is the best option we have
As the UK’s national laboratory for nuclear fission NNL is harnessing nuclear science to help solve some of the world’s biggest challenges – from achieving deep decarbonisation to delivering lifesaving healthcare.
Countdown to COP26: Trimming the ‘waste’ line
As we approach COP26, NNL is continuing its series of blogs looking at the key issues.
NNL contributes to Government consultation on clean aviation
NNL was pleased to submit a response to the recent Government consultation on a Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF) mandate, led by the Department for Transport (DFT).
Our Ongoing Pledge to Support COP26’s Carbon Reduction Goals
As the UK prepares to host the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow this November, the world is focused on the urgency of the clean energy agenda.
Meet some of NNL’s early years recruits
We are pleased to welcome NNL’s September 2021 intake of thirty-eight graduates and apprentices.
Meet Nuclear Graduate of the Year, Sam Lyons
Sam Lyons joined NNL as a graduate in 2018 and this year was crowned Nuclear Graduate of the Year at the UK Nuclear Skills Awards.
National Nuclear Laboratory secure future skills with fresh intake of ‘top-calibre’ talent
The National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL) is virtually welcoming thirty-eight graduates and apprentices this week, which will be the first step on the career ladder for many.
Open Call For Academic and Industry Proposals to Use BEIS Pilot Facility at NNL’s Preston Laboratory
NNL is delighted to be partnering with Game Changers, delivering the pilot Advanced Nuclear Skills and Innovation Campus (ANSIC) at our Preston Laboratory.
Response to UK Government’s Hydrogen Strategy
In reaction to the publication of the Government’s Hydrogen Strategy today, Dr Fiona Rayment, Chief Science and Technology Officer (CSTO) at the National Nuclear Laboratory, said:
“Achieving net zero by