A senior delegation from the
Technical discussions also took place on the challenges the Chinese delegation face and areas where the university can support INET in their nuclear research and development programmes.
The university has existing links with INET, and the Dalton Nuclear Institute is building on these links to establish a wider collaborative framework within which to undertake research and education activities.
Following the signing of the MoU, work will now commence on the preparation of a joint research proposal in the field of nuclear graphite.
Professor Richard Clegg, Director of the Dalton Nuclear Institute, said: ‘This MoU is another example of the Dalton Institute’s commitment to developing close relationships with the world’s premier nuclear science and technology research centres.
‘We look forward to developing the MoU into joint research proposals and working closely with our colleagues in