The Oxford Martin Programme on
Nuclear and Energy Materials
The Programme in Nuclear and Energy Materials was established at the Oxford Martin School in 2010 and the grant from the School ended in 2015.
Our research will establish an understanding of the key materials problems which limit the exploitation of nuclear power in the 21st century.
Oil and gas are finite resources and many countries are now turning to nuclear power to help solve the world’s energy problem.
The question about nuclear power has now become not if we should be using it but how we can ensure the next generation of nuclear power systems is demonstrably safer, proliferation resistant and efficient.
We are developing a coherent and internationally-recognised centre for world-class science in non-carbon energy materials, with strong interactions on policy and socioeconomic issues.
The Future of Nuclear Energy in the UK
Fabrication and properties of dense ex situ magnesium diboride bulk material synthesized using spark plasma sintering
Anomalous ferromagnetic behaviour of Y2O3 and CuO nanoparticles in YBa2Cu3Oy superconductor
Dissipative Enhancement of the Supercurrent in Tl2Ba2CaCu2O8 Intrinsic Josephson Junctions