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.
In November 2020, Mike Soulard joined UNENE bringing approximately 40 years of industry experience with a focus on enhancing research collaboration and coordination between CANDU utilities.
In a year that challenged education institutions everywhere, UNENE delivered courses and moved through a major program self assessment, Nik Popov reports.
The show must go on and so it did. The COVID-19 pandemic didn’t stop UNENE’s annual R&D Workshop, a cornerstone of the organization’s work in connecting academia with industry and government. In fact, the online format provided opportunities to bring new voices to to the discussion.
Decision-makers from the Canadian and Romanian nuclear industries came together, virtually, March 2 and 3, to discuss the future of collaboration between the two countries.
A new agreement between a number of global universities with a nuclear focus will help strengthen connections between Canadian institutions and those abroad.