CANDU Owners Group released its latest issue of COGnizant Magazine featuring innovation and achievement across its membership and the nuclear industry.
UNENE network universities host festivities throughout June, in support of equal rights and inclusion for LGBTQ2S+ individuals.
UNENE universities honour the history, heritage and diversity of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples in Canada, as we grieve for 215 Kamloops First Nation children.
In The Hill Times, Fred Dermarkar, President & CEO, Atomic Energy of Canada Limited highlights nuclear energy’s critical role in production of emission-free electricity.
Paul Spekkens, who spent more than a decade on the UNENE board and brings 45 years of nuclear industry leadership, research and consulting experience returns to serve as UNENE’s RAC committee chair focused on research and project priorities.
Natural Resources Canada releases first report on public input to radioactive waste management policy review
First of two engagement summary reports provides snapshot of views and perspectives received between Nov. 16, 2020 and Feb. 19.
UNENE-member becomes first Canadian university to receive international designation.
Canadian Nuclear Society virtual conference will focus on use of nuclear to reach net-zero emissions
The 40th annual CNS conference, June 6-9, will bring together industry, government and academic leaders to discuss topics ranging from nuclear innovation and small modular reactor development to the role of relationships in nuclear.
An article published in CORROSION: The Journal of Science and Engineering and jointly written by three UNENE member researchers, from University of Toronto, Queen’s University and CNL, has won the 2021 Best Corrosion Paper Award.
As part of Canada’s Small Modular Reactor (SMR) Action Plan, University Network of Excellence in Nuclear Engineering (UNENE), along with its members and partners, have made commitments to contribute to SMR research, development and training, across the country.