NUCLEAR ENGINEERING HIGHER EDUCATION STRUGGLING TO KEEP UP WITH RENEWED DEMAND FOR ITS COURSES AND EXPERTISE

BY KEITH NUTHALL, EMMA JACKSON and ALAN OSBORN

FEW things say more about the growing enthusiasm for nuclear power than the rush of young students eager to make a career in the industry. It is happening mainly in America but other countries are now beginning to see the same development.
In some cases, like France, the popularity of nuclear sciences as a clear career pattern has been steady since the 1950s - though now that France has begun exporting nuclear plants, some strains in its human resources capacity might be observed in future. In the ...


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