Nouveau Bureau à Londres et promotion de Ben Smith et Pierre Morvan pour diriger la prochaine phase de développement européen

Le bureau de Londres servira de centre d’excellence pour le nouveau nucléaire, les technologies nucléaires avancées et l’innovation Net Zero. Amsterdam, le 9 mars 2022. Thomas Thor, l’un des principaux spécialistes mondiaux du recrutement, de la recherche et du conseil en main-d’œuvre, promoteur des technologies Net Zero et connu pour son travail dans le secteur…

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THOMAS THOR OPENS LONDON OFFICE AND PROMOTES BEN SMITH AND PIERRE MORVAN TO DRIVE NEXT PHASE OF EUROPEAN GROWTH

London office to serve as centre of excellence for New Nuclear, Advanced Nuclear Technologies and Net Zero innovation. Amsterdam, March 9, 2022. Thomas Thor, a leading global specialist in recruitment, search, and workforce consultancy, advocating for Net Zero and known for its work across the Nuclear sector, today announces the opening of its London office…

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Why I want to live near a Geological Disposal Facility

Laura Leay, Ph.D. – Scientist and podcaster with a background in nuclear energy and waste, computational chemistry, carbon capture, materials, and academia. In December 2018 the UK government announced a call to action: it asked communities to volunteer to host a national radioactive waste disposal facility. The facility will provide many benefits to the host…

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What does a vending machine, a lifebuoy, bananas and heavy metal music have in common?

Tackling perception change and engaging new audiences As the nuclear energy industry seeks to play a greater role in addressing climate change and achieving global commitments to NetZero, perception and understanding remain a key challenge. The industry has done much to engage and empower the young professionals driving the sector through groups like the Young…

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Meyrem Sari: ready for anything

“I just ended up here because I liked science and was always good at maths,” was a modest statement from Meyrem Sari as she began a lecture to the UK Institute of Physics Nuclear Industry Group on her work at the UK’s Radioactive Waste Management organisation. Born in a remote Anatolian village in the Mediterranean…

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Katherine Raines: finding ecological answers

What might Britain be like in thousands of years’ time? What will be its climate and what animals and plants will it be home to? These are just some of the questions Katherine Raines is trying to answer in her work at RWM, the government organisation tasked with the disposal of the UK’s higher level…

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Mythbuster – Reassuringly expensive?

By Mitchell McCombe, member of the Young Nuclear Generation Nuclear Institute. The race to low-carbon economies is a competition between expensive nuclear power and cheap renewables – is it that simple? Mitchell McCombe investigates. There is a misconception that the race to low carbon economies is a competition between nuclear power and renewables, and that…

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Why the UK needs both new nuclear power plants and new technology

The vast majority of people that are working on how we will achieve NetZero by 2050 agree that the answer is to use a combination of all available solutions. This means building as much wind, nuclear and solar energy as possible while developing solutions in energy efficiency, energy storage and carbon capture. When it comes…

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Tom Samson: building on the shoulders of giants

After the oil shocks of the 1970s one Scottish university created a course to prepare engineers to work with all kinds of energy technology. After a 25-year international tour of mainly fossil fuels, one of its graduates returned to the UK to maintain nuclear in its mix. Now, as Interim CEO of the SMR Consortium…

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