Nuclear Institute (NI)

Nuclear Institute (NI)

The Nuclear Institute was created on the 1st January 2009 from the merger of the British Nuclear Energy Society and the Institution of Nuclear engineers who between them have been serving the industry from the late 1950's, not very long after the industry first came into being.

The Nuclear Institute itself is a charity and is formed of a professional institute and a learned society. This enables it to  deal with a diverse range of external stakeholders, Governmental, industrial, environmental and ecological to mention just a few. The Institute is also able to offer a range of memberships at both a professorial level, for those seeking registration with the Engineering Council for example, to the layperson with an interest in nuclear matters.
The Nuclear institute publishes its journal, Nuclear Future, every two months and it contains news and information about the industry as well as a number of high quality technical articles.

Also the Institute organises a number of events each year both nationally and at a branch level. These events cover a diverse range of topics across the whole of the nuclear industry. 


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