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Toshiba said in a statement: "After considering the additional costs entailed in continuing to operate NuGen, Toshiba recognises that the economically rational decision is to withdraw from the UK nuclear power plant construction project, and has resolved to take steps to wind up NuGen."
Universal Plus mRNA-Seq with NuQuant also integrates NuGEN's proprietary DimerFree technology to efficiently eliminate adaptor dimers regardless of input and AnyDeplete technology to provide a unique option to eliminate unwanted abundant transcripts after library construction.
In my conversations with Vallee-Belisle and Nugen, both scientists pointed out the importance of working with a multidisciplinary team.
One of few utilities to retain global nuclear ambitions, Kepco said last month that it was in talks over a potential stake purchase in NuGen, a three-reactor, up-to-3,800 megawatt project in northwest England that London needs on stream in 2025 to meet projected power demand, but has suffered significant setbacks since it was set up in 2010.
NUGEN Audio calls itsHalo Downmix "a highly creative solution for precise downmixing of feature-film or 5.1 mixes to stereo."
A total of 16GW is now planned, or in the pipeline, including the Hitachi-Horizon proposal for three advanced boiling water reactors at Oldbury on the River Severn and Wylfa an the Isle of Anglesey in North Wales, and the NuGen proposal to build three pressurised water reactors near Sellafield in Cumbria.
The Nugen 2M disinfectant wipe has virucidal efficacy against blood borne pathogens.
NUGEN Audio has developed a range of proprietary new processes for upmixing stereo audio to 5.1/7.1 surround in TV and film productions.
The joint venture, called NuGen, announced that new management was taking over under the leadership of the chief executive Sandy Rupprecht, an American who formerly headed development of the Westinghouse AP1000 reactor.
Japanese engineering and technology firm Toshiba has signed an agreement to buy 60% of NuGen, the UK-based group that plans to build three nuclear reactors next to the Sellafield site in west Cumbria.
The French and Spanish firms each currently hold a 50 percent share of NuGen. "Toshiba, in collaboration with its group company, Westinghouse Electric...intends to move forward with the construction of three (pressurised water) nuclear reactors (in England) in partnership with GDF Suez," it said in a statement.
Potential buyers in the frame are the EDF/Centrica partnership who plan to build Britain''s first new nuclear plant at Hinckley Point in Somerset and Nugen, a consortium of Gdf Suez and Iberdrola, who want to build a new generation nuclear power station in Cumbria.