This context/problem-based learning (C/PBL) resource is part of a collection we have commissioned for you to use with your undergraduate students. This 5 credit module is based on the following scenario:
Your students will consider the management of a nuclear decommissioning project with a focus on adding value by re-purposing the waste and also saving costs. This is a particularly interesting, but not necessarily obvious, potential career pathway for chemistry graduates.
How to use this resourceArticle | PDF, Size 0.28 mb
Introductory videoVideo | Video, Size 14.69 mb
Student handbookEditable handout | Word, Size 0.74 mb
Student handbookEditable handout | PDF, Size 0.62 mb
LegislationPresentation | PDF, Size 0.27 mb
LegislationPresentation | PowerPoint, Size 77.03 kb
Low level disposalPresentation | PDF, Size 0.39 mb
Low level disposalPresentation | PowerPoint, Size 2.08 mb
Media interactionsPresentation | PDF, Size 0.19 mb
Media interactionsPresentation | PowerPoint, Size 69.12 kb
RadiochemistryPresentation | PDF, Size 0.83 mb
RadiochemistryPresentation | PowerPoint, Size 0.8 mb
YellowcakePresentation | PDF, Size 1.33 mb
YellowcakePresentation | PowerPoint, Size 0.38 mb
Waste to wealth - CPBL - tutor handbookTutorial | PDF, Size 2.95 mb
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