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December 2019

Women in Nuclear: Unconscious Exclusion to Unconscious Inclusion

December 5, 2019 -9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Frazer-Nash Consultancy, Narrow Quay House
Bristol, BS1 4QA United Kingdom
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UNCONSCIOUS EXCLUSION TO UNCONSCIOUS INCLUSION: Why we exclude but don’t know it, and how to change Leadership is by its very nature inclusive, a leaders role is to enrol and mobilise others in service of specific goals and outcomes. However, even when we are committed to doing our best and leading well, in the unconscious we are wired to be exclusive under the smallest amounts of pressure or threat to our own state. To become more inclusive more of the…

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Fukushima Secondary Health Effects Symposium

December 10, 2019 -2:30 pm - 5:15 pm
David Smith Building, 73 Saint Michael's Hill
Bristol, England BS2 8BH United Kingdom
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Free

Tuesday 10th December 2.30-5.15pm David Smith Building, University of Bristol Seminar Agenda Talk 1: Professor Masahuaru Tsubokura, Fukushima Medical University. Evaluating Secondary health issues from the Fukushima Daiichi accident Talk 2: Dr Ian Waddington, Analytic Eye. The J Value and the NREFS project: Management of Nuclear Risk Issues: Environmental, Financial and Safety Talk 3: Dr Peter Martin University of Bristol. Environmental radiation mapping and robotics fieldwork in Japan Talk 4: Professor Philip Thomas, University of Bristol. Why the most risk…

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Evaluating Secondary health issues from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident

December 10, 2019 -6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Queen’s Building, University Walk
Bristol, England BS8 1TR United Kingdom
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Free

Tuesday 10th December, 6pm Queens Building, University of Bristol Speaker: Professor Masahuaru Tsubokura, Fukushima Medical University Registration Registration for this event is via Eventbrite: Eventbrite page Talk Synopsis Health issues accompanying radiation disasters are not limited to radiation exposure but multifaceted with changes in living and social environments. The most serious problem, during the early stages of the Fukushima accident, involved the health effects of evacuation, especially among elderly people. A shortage of human and material resources and the need…

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PhD and MSc Fusion Open Day

December 13, 2019
Culham Science Centre Abingdon, OX14 3DB United Kingdom + Google Map
Free

Registration Please register your interest in attending via the following link by 6th December: culhamphd.org.uk

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National Nuclear User Facility – Hot Robotics Town Hall Meeting

December 17, 2019 -10:30 am - 3:00 pm
Free

The first Town Hall Meeting to share the opportunity to become a participating user of a National Nuclear User Facility for ‘Hot Robotics’

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January 2020

Fluid Mechanics of Cleaning and Decontamination Workshop

January 13 -12:00 pm - January 14 -1:00 pm
Queen’s Building, Woodland Road
Bristol, England BS8 1UL United Kingdom
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Free

Cleaning and decontamination processes are critically important to a wide range of different applications. Environmental decontamination is an essential step following the accidental or deliberate release of a hazardous material, and developing cleaning processes that are both efficient and effective is a key aspect of manufacturing pharmaceuticals, fine chemicals, cosmetics, and a wide range of different foods. Since most cleaning agents are applied as fluids (either as liquids or vapours, or in aqueous solutions), fluid mechanics underpins the delivery and…

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ATLANTIC Annual Meeting 2020

January 21 - January 22
IWM North, Trafford Wharf Road
Manchester, M17 1TZ
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Free

This is the 1st Annual Meeting of the ATLANTIC Consortium and is the annual showcase for our research. About this Event This is the 1st Annual Meeting of the ATLANTIC Consortium and will bring together academics, researchers and industrial stakeholders with an interest in accident tolerant fuels. The meeting will take place over 2 days - Tuesday 21st & Wednesday 22nd January 2020 - and will include oral presentations from our researchers as well as invited speakers. The meeting dinner…

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Novel Materials and Engineering Solutions for High Temperature Power Generation Plant

January 23 -10:00 am - 3:30 pm
Queen’s Building, University Walk
Bristol, England BS8 1TR United Kingdom
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£140 – £250

A workshop designed to review and explore options to meet the future operational challenges for high temperature plant

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February 2020

Geological disposal – the solution for the UK’s radioactive waste

February 4 -5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Ashmolean Museum, Beaumont Street
Oxford, OX1 2PH
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Free

You are invited to join the Institute of Physics Nuclear Industry Group and Radioactive Waste Management (RWM) for an event discussing Geological disposal – the solution for the UK’s radioactive waste.

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Radiological Measurement and Modelling Workshop

February 6 -9:00 am - 5:00 pm
David Smith Building, 73 Saint Michael's Hill
Bristol, England BS2 8BH United Kingdom
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Integrating measurements and atmospheric-dispersion modelling to enhance the UK response to radiological atmospheric releases   Both radiological measurements and atmospheric-dispersion modelling provide essential information following a radiological atmospheric release. They both have strengths and weaknesses. Integrating measurements and modelling will better characterise the source location, quantities of radionuclides released, and area impacted than using either measurement data or atmospheric-dispersion modelling outputs alone. This one-day event aims to: • Assess current strengths and limitations of measurements and modelling • Present recent…

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