Graduate Student Wins Fuel Cycle Innovations Award

Graduate Student Nicholas Thompson, a recent alumnus of the Nuclear Engineering Program at RPI currently pursuing his masters degree, was recently awarded First Place in the Innovations in Fuel Cycle Research Awards Program in the Nuclear Material Accountability and Control Instrumentation division of the Open Competition.

This marks the second year that the Awards program has recognized student research in the area of Fuel Cycle Research. In addition to cash awards, winning students will have a variety of other opportunities including participating in an Innovators' Forum and participating in the Fuel Cycle R&D Annual Meeting