DISTINCTIVE is a multi-disciplinary collaboration of 10 universities and 3 key industry partners from across the UK’s civil nuclear sector.
Innovation in Condition Monitoring and Inspection – a GameChangers Event – is being held on Wednesday 6 December, 2017 at the Technology Innovation Centre, Glasgow G1 1RD. The event will focus on the inspection and monitoring of waste packages at the Sellafield site, as well as potential for design and development of self-monitoring ‘smart packages’ […]
Innovation in Analytical Services – a GameChangers Event – is being held at NPL on Tuesday 14th November 2017 Sellafield and NNL are looking to directly engage with businesses and academia who can introduce innovative technologies and techniques which will be used in the new National Nuclear Laboratory Central Lab which is currently being commissioned. They are […]
Watch Professor Neil Hyatt explain how to make nuclear waste glass
This year’s Theme meetings are being held on Monday 16th and Tuesday 17th October 2017 at The Rheged Centre near Penrith, West Cumbria. Following the success of last year’s event we will be running two parallel sessions on each day. Details are as follows: Monday 16th October Theme 3: Legacy Ponds & Silo Wastes & Theme […]
This year’s Theme meetings will be held at The Rheged Centre, Penrith on Monday 16th and Tuesday 17th October. Following the success of last year’s event we will be running 2 parallel sessions on each day: Monday 16th October Theme 3: Legacy Ponds & Silo Wastes & Theme 4: Structural Integrity Tuesday 17th October Theme 1: […]
Five sub-projects were awarded funding. Here the successful candidates summarise the proposed work: Round 4 A Lab-scale Fixed Bed Reactor to Investigate Gas Phase Kinetics for Long Term PuO2 Storage Dr Luke Jones and Thomas Donoclift – University of Manchester The aim of this project is to build and commission a bench scale fixed bed […]
A list events that have been organised by the DISTINCTIVE consortium and held since February 2014. Associated event material can be downloaded from the Document Library.
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