UNENE’s 2021-2024 business plan is focused on strengthening UNENE’s effectiveness as a hub for excellence in nuclear research and education, as a connector between academia, industry and government.
UNENE university members will lead events and educational campaigns to honour Orange Shirt Day and the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on Sept. 30.
UNENE is evolving to support Canada’s nuclear innovation agenda and its members’ efforts to do the same. Read Jerry’s report from the Summer 2021 newsletter.
The Canadian Nuclear Society-Canadian Nuclear Association Awards recognize technical, regulatory and social contributions to Canadian Nuclear Excellence. The awards are given out annually as part of the CNS conference, held virtually this year, June 6-9.
A new CANDU reactor physics book, by nuclear experts Dr. Benjamin Rouben and Dr. Wei Shen, updates CANDU reactor concepts and engineering requirements… without all the math.
UNENE is offering free courses in fundamentals of nuclear power including math, nuclear safety and thermal hydraulics.
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.
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.
UNENE brings the nuclear university network to students through programs geared to working professionals
For almost 20 years, UNENE has been helping people take the next step in their nuclear education and in their careers.
Iceberg analogies come to mind as UNENE paddles hard under the water. From a new website and learning portal under production to new partnerships culminating in a fully-realized collaboration hub, there are exciting changes coming to UNENE. Read Jerry’s report from the March 2021 newsletter.