Many thanks to all those who attended the three brokering events for this compeition we organised!
Presentations from the events are now available here.
A booklet including all project idea templates are now available here.
PLEASE NOTE: There will be a briefing day organised by the Technology Strategy Board on the 10th of July 2012 in London. More details on this will be published after the call opens officially on the 2nd of July 2012.
The Technology Strategy Board, the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA), the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), and the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) are to invest up to £15m to support the development of a strong, innovative and sustainable UK supply chain by stimulating innovation in the assessment, construction, commissioning, operation, maintenance, waste management and decommissioning of nuclear plant in a safe, economical and sustainable manner.
Preliminary information on the 'Developing the civil nuclear power supply chain' competition for collaborative R&D and feasibility funding was provided at the Technology Strategy Board’s Collaboration Nation: Nuclear Showcase, which was held on the 28th March 2012 at the Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre in Rotherham. Details of a separate complementary targeted call for Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs), to support the transfer of knowledge and skills into industry from academia, were also published. Please follow the links below to view the competition and KTP targeted call flyers handed out at the event.
The Nuclear Group of the EG&S KTN will use this sub-group to help organisations interested in participating in the competition and/or the targeted call for KTPs to find further information, gain insight on how to get involved and link to potential partners.
Is there a nuclear industrial that would be interested in participating in a TSB Civil Nuclear CR&D project on the following research idea: The objective of the project is to improve the capability ...
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