This resource forms part of a collection of videos that aims to provide undergraduate students with insights into what it is like to work in the nuclear industry.
In these videos Brian Handy explains what it is like to work in the nuclear industry. He describes some of the challenges, including the disposal of radioactive waste.
These videos are designed to be used as part of the C/PBL resource, ‘Nuclear decommissioning: turning waste into wealth’ on Learn Chemistry.
What are the isues facing the nuclear industry?Video | Video, Size 11.71 mb
What challenges do nuclear companies face in communicating with policymakers and the general public?Video | Video, Size 6.8 mb
What are the current options for dealing with nuclear waste?Video | Video, Size 6.8 mb
What is involved in being a nuclear chemist?Video | Video, Size 5.06 mb
What different careers do the people you work with have?Video | Video, Size 4.91 mb
What does your work involve?Video | Video, Size 8.97 mb
What are the most challenging and enjoyable aspects of your job?Video | Video, Size 6.66 mb
What are the key skills that new chemistry graduates need when joining your organisation?Video | Video, Size 7 mb
This resource is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International licence, CC BY-NC-ND by the Royal Society of Chemistry.
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