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Fission Energy
GCEP in collaboration with MIT

November 29-30, 2007
Cambridge, MA

Sponsored by the Global Climate and Energy Project (GCEP) and hosted by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the Fission Energy Workshop is part of GCEP's assessment activity in the area of Advanced Nuclear Technologies. The two-day workshop assembled a set of world technical experts to explore some of the main research topics in nuclear fission, including innovative reactor technology, fuel reprocessing, advanced materials, waste forms and repository options. The presentations and the discussions focused on identifying opportunities for breakthrough research that would either complement current investigations or explore innovative alternative approaches that have the potential to increase the efficiency, safety, security, and sustainability of fission energy.
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