Cinnamon to salts: Spicing up science education
To share the story of pyrochemical processing, AFCP has launched a new animation available for educators, nuclear science specialists and the wider public.
Envisioning a sustainable future together
Sustainability is a core consideration within the clean energy sector, but what does it truly mean to AFCP? In a full-day virtual event, AFCP’s Sustainability Workshop explored this question.
AFCP publishes advanced fuel cycle roadmaps for a clean energy future
AFCP has published its milestone report: a series of roadmaps that will enable UK policy makers and industry to plan for the future of nuclear in delivering Net Zero.
How to take the lead in reaching Net Zero
Following his training with ENEA and Westinghouse, National Nuclear Laboratory’s Akeel Ahmed shares how lead-cooled fast reactors have great promise for the UK’s sustainability and clean energy commitments.
NNL unveils transformative nuclear for Net Zero modelling
As part of AFCP, National Nuclear Laboratory has published a ground-breaking new report, UK Energy System Modelling: Net Zero 2050.
Making nuclear data a piece of cake
AFCP has created a new, publicly available animation that explains nuclear data to new audiences.
Game Changers and AFCP announce innovation challenge awards
AFCP’s partnership with Game Changers continues to grow, with the dual innovation programmes awarding five fuel cycle solutions the opportunity to develop proof-of-concept studies.
WMS 2021: UK innovation on the global sustainability stage
At this year’s Waste Management Symposia, AFCP introduced advanced fuel cycles into the international nuclear industry conversation.
AFCP community unites for ambitious digital event
Last week, nearly 200 people dialled in to share updates and ambitions on the Advanced Fuel Cycle Programme. Missed the event or ready to revisit its insights? Read a recap and learn how to access recordings here.
Pinkerton Prize awarded to National Nuclear Laboratory authors
NNL’s Robin Taylor and Gemma Mathers have won the 2019 Nuclear Institute Pinkerton Prize. Their award-winning paper details innovation within AFCP’s Aqueous Recycle project.