In RWM’s latest blog, Chief Scientific Adviser Cherry Tweed reflects on her career, how ways of working have changed, and on our progress towards delivering a safe, long-term solution for higher activity radioactive waste.
In her blog, Cherry says:
Being involved in a project that’s going to make a difference has been really important to me. Nuclear waste exists, and we need to manage it for ourselves and for future generations. It’s a complex problem, which involves thinking about things on the microscopic scale and understanding how entire geological regions will change over hundreds of thousands of years. That’s what makes the job so interesting.
Dr Cherry Tweed on a technical visit to Cigar Lake, Saskatchewan, May 1991
You can read the blog in full here.
- May 29, 2020 at 2:15 pm by Editor (displayed above)
- May 29, 2020 at 2:15 pm by Editor