NNL, Bangor University sign MoU

The National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL), the UK’s national laboratory for nuclear fission, and Bangor University signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) which will see them work together to advance education and research in the field of nuclear energy, including skills and training for the nuclear industry. They will also work on joint research projects and share access to infrastructure, facilities, and equipment that will advance nuclear technologies.

In recent years NNL’s investment in Wales has grown substantially with a series of partnerships with Welsh businesses and educational institutions, including Bangor University. This partnership demonstrates NNL’s commitment to driving up innovation, investment, and employment of a skilled workforce in Wales – one that will be doing so much for the UK’s contribution to net zero.

The introduction of a new NNL office on Ynys Môn/Isle of Anglesey at Menai Science Park (M-Sparc) last year has provided a new, local base for NNL to take forward its ambitions in Wales and will help build the strong track record of Wales in nuclear technology.

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