Rosatom Newsletter


May 2015
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Lead Story
Nuclear engineering on a global scale
"I want Atomenergomash to be a global company. It is interesting and I am up for it,“ says Andrei Nikipelov, Atomenergomash CEO. Atomenergomash, Rosatom's nuclear engineering division, goes global and diversifies into new businesses. In this newsletter, you will find how the company plans to achieve its ambitious goals.
In Brief
Fresh on the international market
Uralpribor, a subsidiary of Rosatom's TVEL Fuel Company, will supply terminal boxes for Tianwan-3 and Tianwan-4, now under construction.
NIKIET to develop HCAL
NIKIET, a major R&D center for power engineering in Russia, is developing a new design of endcap hadron calorimeters (HCAL) for the Large Hadron Collider CMS detector.
Belarusian NPP reactor completed
AEM Technology, a subsidiary of Atomenergomash, Rosatom's nuclear engineering division, completed the reactor vessel for Belarusian NPP Unit One
Rosatom to enhance partnership with South African
Rosatom took part in the African Utility Week, an annual international conference on energy challenges and opportunities, in Cape Town, South Africa
Carbon revolution in medicine
Hip prostheses taken by the organism as natural bone, artificial eyes with dilating pupils and wound healing bandages are no longer tomorrow's technologies but certified innovations of the Institute for Graphite-Based Construction Materials (NIIGrafit). A recent member of Rosatom's research and development division, NIIGrafit is entering the market with its medical products.