The Centre of Radiochemistry Research at The University of Manchester is a UK centre of excellence providing a national focus for innovative, high-impact radiochemistry research.
The University of Manchester's Dalton Nuclear Institute is the umbrella organisation for nuclear activity at Manchester, spanning three faculties to co-ordinate the most advanced nuclear research capability in UK academia.
The Department undertakes research in nuclear fuel and reactor technology, novel reactor systems, irradiation damage in materials, structural integrity, plant operation and decommissioning, and societal impacts of nuclear technologies.
Since its inception in late 2017 – the Nuclear Futures Bangor group has built extraordinary facilities that are being used by leading industry stakeholders to aid nuclear technology development.
The University of Sheffield's research is working on ways to continue generating Nuclear power safely, securely and sustainably. They look at the materials used in power generation, emerging generation methods and nuclear waste disposal
The UTGARD Laboratory's mission is to establish a university facility for simulated spent nuclear fuel (SIMFUEL) fabrication and characterisation that is unique within the UK higher education landscape, in order to drive and accelerate UK spent nuclear fuel research.