Mikey Kelk

A day in the office - September 7, 2009

Being asked to attend a meeting on the subject of nuclear new build is pretty normal… apart from today I’ve been told that the venue is the Houses of Parliament.  And we’re meeting up to talk with MPs. I’m working with with the Nuclear Industry Association and I’ve been asked to attend the ‘All Party Political Group’. [...]

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NIA: Best laid plans… - June 17, 2009

I started my secondment at the NIA three weeks ago and as soon as I had walked in the door I knew about the Summer Reception. Everyone in the office was talking about it. ‘It’s the most prestigious and the most fun reception in the industry.’ I settled into my new desk and then met [...]

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Weekly Updates for 2009-03-27 - March 27, 2009

is putting the finishing touches to this months newsletter… # Becky & Ste make the headlines! http://tinyurl.com/db35z4 # @CoolHandNuke: great name, great idea. Good luck with the site, the UK’s nucleargraduates are looking forward to it! in reply to CoolHandNuke #

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The Letter: March 09 -

Hot off the press, the latest news about nucleargraduates

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The Letter: Feb 09′ - March 19, 2009

Click below to read the latest updates from the scheme… The Letter: 0209

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Keswick Science College: Lift off! - March 16, 2009

It’s been a busy month in Cumbria. Our new website has gone live, Lord Mandelson came up for the economic summit, and there have been lots and lots of deadlines, but I’ve still managed to squeeze in a lot of Footprints time. You might not know this but all the nucleargraduates must put 10%, or [...]

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Calculate the UK’s electricity mix! - February 25, 2009

Have a go at slicing the UK’s energy cake!

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Russia’s Miss Atom -

Have you heard about  Russia’s ‘Miss Atom’ contest? http://tinyurl.com/an79k7

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Did you miss us in the Times? -

nucleargraduates featured in the Times http://tinyurl.com/atgcyo

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Nuclear Peace? - February 6, 2009

Here’s an interesting article that explores the public perceptions of nuclear. Is it still controversial? http://tinyurl.com/bouhek

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