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Orion laser facility

Orion is one of the most powerful lasers and largest laser facilities in the UK.

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Ever wondered how to make a supernova?

Researchers from AWE, the University of Oxford and Imperial College London are illustrating how to at the Roy...

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AWE wins silver for Best Event in industry awards

AWE had reason to celebrate after being recognised as an industry leader by the Chartered Institute of Public...

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Aldermaston off-site emergency area reduced by ONR

AWE welcomes the decision by the Office for Nuclear Regulation to reduce the size of the Aldermaston off-site emergency planning area by 27%.

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AWE donates £200 to Shopmobility Basingstoke

Tuesday 6 September 2016  Shoppers in Basingstoke are scooting along thanks to a longstanding link between AW...

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Village bells ring again thanks to AWE support

After months of silence, the sound of church bells has returned to the West Berkshire village of Mortimer foll...

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Spotlight on science careers

Students with their sights set on a career in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) enjoyed...

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Delivering a master class performance

AWE graduates have partnered with the Royal Institution of Great Britain to help inspire the next generation i...

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Budding scientist receives award from AWE

The sky’s the limit for budding scientist Charlie Willmott, who has won an award from AWE as part of its AWEsome education initiative.

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Submarine Dismantling Project decision announced

AWE welcomes the publication today (July 7) of the Submarine Dismantling Project (SDP) Response to Consultation.

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AWE response to the Chief Nuclear Inspector's Annual Statement 2015/2016

AWE today (7 July 2016) welcomes publication by the Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR) of its Chief Nuclear Inspector's (CNI) Annual Safety Statement 2015/16.

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Materials scientist to research technologies to improve nuclear safety

Materials scientist Dr Tom Scott has been appointed as the first Royal Academy of Engineering/Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE) Senior Research Fellow at the University of Bristol, to develop new technologies to detect and observe materials containing uranium and plutonium.

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