Ontario Tech engineering student, Tanner McBride, discusses his passion for nuclear engineering and his beliefs on limiting carbon emissions through nuclear power.
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.
CNL’s team in reactor physics and fuels conducted the refuelling and commissioning phases for the Royal Military College SLOWPOKE-2 reactor. Other CNL experts in the environmental remediation, engineering and radiation protection teams contributed to ensure the project was conducted safely. The work extends the operating life of the research reactor by another 30 years.
McMaster University’s 24,000 square foot nuclear research facility is a global leader in the development, production and commercialization of radiopharmaceuticals and isotopes that create better health outcomes for people, worldwide.
A new Western University research program funded by the NWMO and NSERC aims to strengthen our understanding of the safest way to store nuclear fuel waste.
Professor George Bereznai, who founded Ontario Tech’s nuclear programs, will begin a new chapter at the end of June, after a half-century spent in nuclear training and education across both industry and academia in Ontario and internationally.
Kinectrics’ recently announced Helius facility will collaborate with UNENE network universities, small modular reactor (SMR) developers and other sector stakeholders to test and support new clean energy technologies like SMRs and hydrogen production.
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.
UNENE-member becomes first Canadian university to receive international designation.