Uranium Science 2023

Last week (5th-7th July 2023), the Uranium Science international Conference was held at the Henry Royce Institute at the University of Manchester. NFI staff and students, who are working on…


NFI Academics and Students Present at TMS 2022

Five Nuclear Futures academics and students presented their research at TMS 2022. TMS aims to bring a multi-disciplinary mix of engineers, scientists, business leaders, and other professionals in the minerals, metals, and materials fields. This year, the conference was held in person in Anaheim, California.


Simon Middleburgh talks Nuclear Fusion breakthrough on BBC Radio Wales

Ser Cymru Reader, Dr Simon Middleburgh was invited to share his opinions and insights on this news on the BBC Radio Wales Drivetime Show - Radio Wales Drive. Simon discussed how this breakthrough would be a "major springboard" to future experiments and a confirmation that all of the science and engineering work that has gone into making fusion a possiblity over the past few decades is indeed viable and that exciting times are ahead of us in the world of nuclear science.


Simon Middleburgh and NFI Honorary Professor Lyndon Edwards quoted by Nature in article on molten salt nuclear reactor technology

The Nuclear Future’s Institute’s Dr Simon Middleburgh and NFI Honorary Professor Lyndon Edwards have been quoted in a press release article by Nature on molten salt nuclear reactor technology. Nature was first published in 1869 and is the world's leading multidisciplinary science journal. Nature publishes the finest peer-reviewed research that drives innovation in the world’s most important scientific topics.


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