This week is British Science Week and we're showcasing the importance of science and scientists at Sellafield. Meet Robin Ibbotson, our new chief technical officer, who explains the role that science plays in cleaning up our legacy.
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Andy Sharples, projects director for Sellafield Ltd, leads on some of the most important major projects in the country. He tells us why he wants to change perceptions of the work we carry out and become an exemplar in project delivery.
Josh Byrne, is our first operational research and analytics degree apprentice at Sellafield Ltd, he tells us why using maths and problem solving in his apprenticeship is helping high hazard reduction.
Dr Sarah Bugby, Loughborough University Physics Lecturer, leads one of Game Changers’ most promising projects, she tells us why working with Sellafield Ltd and Game Changers is helping high hazard reduction.
Coronavirus, lockdown and social distancing has put a pause on many normal ways of working. But when certifications are awarded and events have to be cancelled there's always a way to overcome these obstacles with online events and virtual presentations, Chris Woods, Senior Communications Officer tells us more.
As we start and prepare for what our work life will look like after lock down, I asked Stuart Latham and Alex Walsh what their experiences are of office re-starts so far.
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