|ADS Nuclear Data Library||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/adsd-lib.aspx||ADS Nuclear Data Library||
Application Library for Accelerator Driven Systems.
Application test library in ACE and MATXS format for ADS neutronics design.
||<a href="http://www-nds.iaea.org/ads/" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|ALADDIN||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/aladdin.aspx||ALADDIN||ALADDIN is a database system to provide numerical atomic, molecular and plasma-material interactions data of interest to fusion research.||<a href="http://www-amdis.iaea.org/ALADDIN/" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|ARTEMIS||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/ARTEMIS.aspx||ARTEMIS||ARTEMIS is the IAEA's new integrated expert peer review service for radioactive waste and spent fuel management, decommissioning and remediation programmes. Based on IAEA safety standards and technical guidance, as well as on international good practices, ARTEMIS is available for Member State organizations, facilities and activities involving radioactive waste or spent fuel management, radiological impact assessments for human health and the environment, the management of residues arising from uranium production as well as the decommissioning and remediation of sites contaminated by radioactive materials.||<a href="https://gnssn.iaea.org/main/ARTEMIS/Pages/default.aspx" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Accelerator Knowledge Portal||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/AKP.aspx||Accelerator Knowledge Portal||The Accelerator Knowledge Portal (AKP) is IAEA's community driven website for the benefit of accelerator scientists, accelerator users and service providers worldwide. The knowledge portal offers not only a database of MV particle accelerators in the world, but it has several networking and community features in an attempt to bring together the accelerator community, as well as provide information to accelerator users and policy makers, too<br>||<a href="/sites/accelerators/Pages/default.aspx" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Advanced Reactors Information System||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/aris.aspx||Advanced Reactors Information System||
ARIS provides Member States with most up-to-date comprehensive and balanced information about all available advanced reactor designs.
||<a href="http://aris.iaea.org" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Application of Safeguards TO Geological Repositories||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/ASTOR.aspx||Application of Safeguards TO Geological Repositories||
The Application of Safeguards TO Geological Repositories - ASTOR
The main objective of the ASTOR Group of Experts is to support the IAEA’s objective to obtain credible assurance that nuclear material and technology associated with geological disposal activities are not diverted from peaceful nuclear uses. This will be achieved through the provision of technical expertise and support in the development of safeguards procedures, measures and technologies to apply safeguards at geological repositories and associated facilities.
||<a href="/sites/astor" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Application of Soil Moisture monitoring eLearning||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/application-of-soil-moisture-monitoring.aspx||Application of Soil Moisture monitoring eLearning||The e-Learning course was developed to give a general knowledge on soil water and its measurement using nuclear and related techniques in soil water management and irrigation scheduling to enhance crop water productivity.||View Resource|
|Asian Nuclear Safety Network||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/ansn.aspx||Asian Nuclear Safety Network||The primary objective of the ANSN is pooling, analysing and sharing nuclear safety information, existing and new knowledge and practical experience among the participating countries. ||<a href="https://ansn.iaea.org/default.aspx" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Atlas of Neutron Capture Cross Sections||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/ngatlas.aspx||Atlas of Neutron Capture Cross Sections||The NGATLAS contains neutron capture cross sections in the range 10-5eV - 20MeV as evaluated and compiled in recent activation libraries.||<a href="http://www-nds.iaea.org/ngatlas2/" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Atomic Mass Data Center||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/amdc.aspx||Atomic Mass Data Center||The "Atomic Mass Data Center" AMDC and its electronic bulletin aim at being a meeting place where information on masses (experimental, evaluation or theory) can be exchanged. ||<a href="http://www-nds.iaea.org/amdc/" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Atomic Masses, Q-values, and Threshold Energies||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/q-calc.aspx||Atomic Masses, Q-values, and Threshold Energies||
This Q-value calculation program allows you to calculate reaction Q-values and threshold energies
and decay Q values based on the 1995 Update to the Atomic Mass Evaluation and to retrieve other quantities contained in this
evaluation. 2003 atomic mass evaluation, NUBASE, PC-NUCLEUS.
||<a href="http://www.nndc.bnl.gov/qcalc/" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Atomic and Molecular Bibliographic Data System||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/ambds.aspx||Atomic and Molecular Bibliographic Data System||Bibliographic database for atomic and molecular data for fusion research. AMBDAS is a database system to provide bibliographic atomic, molecular and plasma-material interactions data of interest to fusion research. It contains more than 50.000 references from more than 400 scientific journals.<br>||<a href="https://www-amdis.iaea.org/AMBDAS/">View Resource</a>|
|Basic Professional Training Course on Nuclear Safety||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/bptc.aspx||Basic Professional Training Course on Nuclear Safety||The Basic Professional Training Course on Nuclear Safety (BPTC) is intended to provide a broad overview of all the safety concepts and their application to nuclear power plants and research reactors design and operation. ||<a href="http://www-ns.iaea.org/tutorials/bptc/intro/index.htm" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Catalogue of Facilities in Support of Liquid Metal-cooled Fast Neutron Systems (LMFNS Catalogue)||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/LMFNS.aspx||Catalogue of Facilities in Support of Liquid Metal-cooled Fast Neutron Systems (LMFNS Catalogue)||<div class="ms-rtestate-read ms-rte-wpbox"><div class="ms-rtestate-notify ms-rtestate-read 5114d4e6-f122-43ee-bcfd-35ff41d17eac" id="div_5114d4e6-f122-43ee-bcfd-35ff41d17eac" unselectable="on"></div><div id="vid_5114d4e6-f122-43ee-bcfd-35ff41d17eac" unselectable="on" style="display:none;"></div></div><p>The IAEA database "<strong>LMFNS Catalogue</strong>" is an online database of experimental facilities in support of the development and deployment of innovative Liquid Metal-cooled (sodium, lead and lead-bismuth) Fast Neutron Systems (LMFNS), both critical and subcritical. The Catalogue includes an overview as well as detailed information on more than 150 experimental facilities under design, construction or operation. 19 institutions of 14 IAEA Member States participated in the development of the LMFNS database.<br></p>||<a href="/sites/lmfns" target="_blank" title="LMFNS">View Resource</a>|
|Charged Particle Cross Section Database||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/charged-particle-cross-section-database.aspx||Charged Particle Cross Section Database||For medical radioisotope production. Diagnostic radioisotopes and monitor reactions. The database contains evaluated cross sections for 48 reactions induced by light charged-particles with incident energies up to several tens of MeV (maximum 100 MeV).<br>||<a href="http://www-nds.iaea.org/medical/" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Computer Index of Neutron Data||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/cinda.aspx||Computer Index of Neutron Data||
Bibliographic references to measurements, calculations, reviews, and evaluations of neutron cross-sections and other microscopic neutron data. References to computer libraries of numerical neutron data.
Since 2005, database is extended by photonuclear and charged particle reaction data. Missing information is automatically imported from EXFOR and from NSR. ||<a href="http://www-nds.iaea.org/cinda/" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Contact Experts Group Database||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/cegdb.aspx||Contact Experts Group Database||The database has been developed to support informational exchange between the countries participating in the IAEA Contact Expert Group for International Radioactive Waste Projects in the Russian Federation (CEG).||<a href="http://cegdb.iaea.org/" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Country Nuclear Power Profiles||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/cnpp.aspx||Country Nuclear Power Profiles||The CNPP covers background information on the status and development of nuclear power programs in countries having nuclear plants in operation and/or plants under construction, and in countries actively engaged in planning such programs. ||<a href="https://www-pub.iaea.org/books/IAEABooks/12350/Country-Nuclear-Power-Profiles" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Cyber Learning Platform for Network Education and Training (CLP4NET)||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/clp4net.aspx||Cyber Learning Platform for Network Education and Training (CLP4NET)||<p>Online e-Learning platform that allows users to find educational resources easily and contains a learning environment to support instructor-led courses and disseminate e-Learning self-study resources to a wider audience. The use of the IAEA’s platform is provided as a cost-free service to all of the IAEA and its cooperation partners.</p>||<a href="http://clp4net.iaea.org" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Database for Prompt Gamma-ray Neutron Activation Analysis||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/pgaa-iaea.aspx||Database for Prompt Gamma-ray Neutron Activation Analysis||
The database provides a variety of tables for all natural elements (from H to U)
including the following data: isotopic composition, thermal radiative cross section (total and partial), Westcott
g-factors, energy of the gamma rays (prompt and delayed), decay mode, half life and branching ratios.
||<a href="http://www-nds.iaea.org/pgaa/" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Database on Discharges of Radionuclides to the Atmosphere and Aquatic Environment||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/dirata.aspx||Database on Discharges of Radionuclides to the Atmosphere and Aquatic Environment||DIRATA is a worldwide centralized electronic repository of official records submitted by IAEA Member States. Dataset for each nuclear facility includes annual discharge and detection limits. ||<a href="http://dirata.iaea.org" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Desalination Economic Evaluation Program||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/deep.aspx||Desalination Economic Evaluation Program||The Desalination Economic Evaluation Program DEEP is a tool made freely available by the International Atomic Energy Agency, which can be used for performance and cost evaluation of various power and water co-generation configurations.||<a href="https://www.iaea.org/NuclearPower/NEA_Desalination/index.html" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Direct Application of Phosphate Rock||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/dapr.aspx||Direct Application of Phosphate Rock||In order to guide decisions and recommendations on the use of phosphate rock (PR) as fertilizer, predict their cost-effectiveness as a source of phosphorus for crop productivity and its long-term sustainability and environmental consequences of using soluble P and phosphate rocks. ||<a href="http://www-iswam.iaea.org/dapr/srv/en/home" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Directory of Radiotherapy Centres||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/dirac.aspx||Directory of Radiotherapy Centres||
DIRAC is the world's most comprehensive database on radiotherapy resources. It comprises current and historical global data on radiotherapy centres, teletherapy machines, brachytherapy units, treatment planning systems, computed tomography systems and simulators. DIRAC contains information on radiotherapy infrastructure in 141 countries ||<a href="https://dirac.iaea.org/" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|EMPIRE - Nuclear Reaction Model Code||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/nuclear-reaction-model-code.aspx||EMPIRE - Nuclear Reaction Model Code||
Modular system of nuclear reaction codes for advanced modeling of nuclear reactions using various
||<a href="http://www-nds.iaea.org/empire/index.html" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|ENDF Pre-processing Codes||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/endf-pre-processing-codes.aspx||ENDF Pre-processing Codes||The ENDF/B Pre-processing codes (PREPRO), is a collection of 16 computer codes. The ENDF/B Pre-processing codes (PREPRO), is a collection of 16 computer codes, which are designed to convert ENDF/B formatted neutron and/or photon data from the original distributed form to a form in which the data can be used in applications. <br>||<a href="http://www-nds.iaea.org/ndspub/endf/prepro/" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|ENDVER||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/endver.aspx||ENDVER||ENDF File Verification Support Package. Experimental and evaluated nuclear reaction data are compiled world-wide in EXFOR and in ENDF format, respectively (see documents IAEA-NDS-1 and IAEA-NDS-10).<br>||View Resource|
|ENSDF Analysis and Utility Programs||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/ensdf-analysis-and-utility-programs.aspx||ENSDF Analysis and Utility Programs||ENSDF Analysis and Utility programs (ALPHAD, LOGFT, etc.). The National Nuclear Data Center maintains and distributes various programs in support of the International Atomic Energy Agency sponsored Nuclear Structure and Decay Data Network.<br>||View Resource|
|Emergency Preparedness and Response Resources||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/IEC.aspx||Emergency Preparedness and Response Resources||The IEC is the global focal point for international emergency preparedness, communication and response to nuclear and radiological incidents and emergencies, regardless of whether they arise from accident, negligence or deliberate act. It is the world's centre for the coordination of international EPR assistance.
<br>||<a href="https://www.iaea.org/topics/emergency-preparedness-and-response-epr">Visit EPR Homepage</a>|
|Evaluated Nuclear Data File||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/evaluated-nuclear-data-file.aspx||Evaluated Nuclear Data File||Core nuclear reaction database containing evaluated cross sections, spectra, angular distributions, fission product yields, photo-atomic and thermal scattering law data, with emphasis on neutron induced reactions.||<a href="http://www-nds.iaea.org/exfor/endf00.htm" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Evaluated Nuclear Structure Data File||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/evaluated-nuclear-structure-data-file.aspx||Evaluated Nuclear Structure Data File||
The ENSDF database contains evaluated nuclear structure and decay information for over
2900 nuclides. The file is updated on a continuous basis. New evaluations are published in Nuclear Data Sheets.
||<a href="http://www.nndc.bnl.gov/ensdf/" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Experimental Nuclear Reaction Data||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/experimental-nuclear-reaction-data.aspx||Experimental Nuclear Reaction Data||
The EXFOR library contains an extensive compilation of experimental nuclear reaction data.
The library contains data from more than 20,700 experiments.
||<a href="http://www-nds.iaea.org/exfor/" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Food Contaminant and Residue Information System ||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/fcris.aspx||Food Contaminant and Residue Information System ||
FCRIS is a chemical food contaminant resource of the Joint FAO/IAEA Division of Nuclear Techniques
in Food and Agriculture. It focuses on Codex food standards/guidelines and reducing the incidence of food trade rejections as
a result of chemical contaminants and violative levels of residues.
||<a href="/fcris" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Front Line Officer Network (FLO Network)||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/FLO-Network.aspx||Front Line Officer Network (FLO Network)||<p style="text-align:justify;line-height:1.4285;">Effective nuclear security detection systems and measures help to ensure the prevention and deterrence of criminal or unauthorized acts with nuclear security implications involving nuclear and other radioactive material out of regulatory control. Equipping States and Front Line Officers (FLOs) such as police, customs, border guards, intelligence etc., with detection systems and measures, either through radiation detection instruments or information alert, helps these to implement effective detection activities within their States. Over the years, the IAEA, based on the needs of Member States, has been conducting a series of regional workshops to take stock of the progress achieved to date in global efforts to enhance effective implementation of detection systems and measures, examine current approaches and challenges in such efforts, and consider future directions through the identification of areas and measures for further collaborative efforts. Sharing of good practices and challenges in the area of planning, managing, implementing and sustaining detection systems and measures has stemmed out of a common request from States. The collective observations from these efforts resulted in the request to provide a platform for FLOs and their organizations for enhancing their roles in nuclear security detection. <br><span style="color:inherit;background-color:transparent;">The objective of this network is to enhance the capabilities and effectiveness of FLOs and FLO organizations or institutions in the nuclear security detection architecture focused on, but not limited to, the following areas:</span><span style="color:inherit;background-color:transparent;"> </span></p><ul style="text-align:justify;line-height:1.4285;"><li>Detection Strategy and Coordination</li><li>Detection Systems and Measures</li><li>Capacity Building and Sustainability<span style="color:inherit;background-color:transparent;"> </span></li></ul><div><br></div><div><br></div>||<a href="/sites/FLONetwork" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Fuel Incident Notification and Analysis System ||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/finas.aspx||Fuel Incident Notification and Analysis System ||
The Fuel Incident Notification and Analysis System (FINAS) is an international system jointly operated
by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the Nuclear Energy Agency of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and
||<a href="http://finas.iaea.org" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Fundamentals and Basic Professional Training Courses: Basic Safety Concepts||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/safety-concepts.aspx||Fundamentals and Basic Professional Training Courses: Basic Safety Concepts||
This Electronic textbook has been made available to the interested reader in order to support self-study for those who are unfamiliar with basic nuclear engineering. The target audience of this textbook are the general public and the scientific international community
||<a href="http://www-ns.iaea.org/tutorials/s_concepts/tuto_int/intro.htm" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Fundamentals and Basic Professional Training Courses: Reactor Physics||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/training-rp.aspx||Fundamentals and Basic Professional Training Courses: Reactor Physics||
This Electronic textbook has been made available to the interested reader in
order to support self-study for those who are unfamiliar with basic nuclear engineering.
||<a href="http://www-ns.iaea.org/tutorials/reactor-physics/intro/introduction.htm" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Fundamentals and Basic Professional Training Courses: Thermal Hydraulics, Heat Transfer||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/thermal-hydraulics-heat-transfer.aspx||Fundamentals and Basic Professional Training Courses: Thermal Hydraulics, Heat Transfer||
This Electronic textbook has been made available to the interested reader in order to support self-study
for those who are unfamiliar with basic nuclear engineering.
||<a href="http://www-ns.iaea.org/tutorials/Thermalhydraulics/intro/introduction.htm" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Fusion Evaluated Nuclear Data Library||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/fendl.aspx||Fusion Evaluated Nuclear Data Library||Contains selected evaluated nuclear data files in ENDF-6 format. Participants at the Technical Meeting in October/November 2007 (<a href="https://www-nds.iaea.org/publications/indc/indc-nds-0525/" style="background-color:#ffffff;">INDC(NDS)-0525</a>) defined the objectives of the CRP which were the updating and extension of FENDL-2.1 to make it applicable to both fusion devices such as ITER and DEMO and to material test facilities such as IFMIF and these FENDL-3.<br>||<a href="https://www-nds.iaea.org/fendl" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Fusion Portal||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/FusionPortal.aspx||Fusion Portal||<h4 style="margin:21px auto 10.5px;color:#333333;text-transform:none;line-height:1.25;text-indent:0px;letter-spacing:normal;font-family:"helvetica neue", helvetica, arial, sans-serif;font-size:18px;font-style:normal;font-weight:500;word-spacing:0px;white-space:normal;orphans:2;widows:2;background-color:#ffffff;"><span style="text-align:justify;color:#000080;">The IAEA focuses its efforts on facilitating the coordination of international fusion energy R&D and enhancing the interaction of developing Member States with leading fusion initiatives. The Fusion Portal is dedicated to all fusion activities organized by the IAEA, ranging from Conferences, Coordinated Research Projects, Technical Meetings and Workshops, to providing news and publications related to these projects.</span></h4><p></p>||<a href="/sites/fusionportal/Pages/Fusion%20Portal.aspx" target="_blank" title="Fusion Portal"><img alt="" src="/_layouts/15/IMAGES/ichtm.gif" />Fusion Portal</a>|
|General Internet Search Engine for Atomic Data||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/genie.aspx||General Internet Search Engine for Atomic Data||GENIE is a web search engine for numerical atomic data for fusion and atomic physics research. ||<a href="http://www-amdis.iaea.org/GENIE/" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Global Assessment of Nuclear Data Requirements||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/gandr.aspx||Global Assessment of Nuclear Data Requirements||
Global Assessment of Nuclear Data Requirements or GANDR is a IAEA Nuclear Data Section Data
It is a set of computer programs which generate correlation matrices which rank the accuracy of various types of nuclear data.
||<a href="http://www-nds.iaea.org/gandr/" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Global Networks of Isotopes in Precipitation and Rivers (GNIP, GNIR)||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/GNIPR.aspx||Global Networks of Isotopes in Precipitation and Rivers (GNIP, GNIR)||<p>The Global Network of Isotopes in Precipitation (GNIP) is a worldwide observation network of hydrogen and oxygen isotopes in precipitation, initiated in 1960 by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), and operated in cooperation with numerous partner institutions in member states.<br></p>||<a href="/wiser/index.aspx" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Global Nuclear Safety and Security Network||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/gnssn.aspx||Global Nuclear Safety and Security Network||
The Global Nuclear Safety and Security Network (GNSSN) is one element of the Global Nuclear Safety and Security
||<a href="https://gnssn.iaea.org" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Global Safety Assessment Network||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/gsan.aspx||Global Safety Assessment Network||The Safety Assessment Section (SAS) within the Division of Nuclear Installation Safety (NSNI) has established the Global Nuclear Safety Assessment Network (GSAN) to facilitate focused collaboration on safety assessment capacity building in support of global nuclear safety harmonization, especially in the expanding and developing nuclear programmes worldwide.||<a href="http://gsan.iaea.org/" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
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</font><p style="margin:0cm 0cm 10pt;"><font class="ms-rteStyle-Normal" face="Calibri" size="3">The GovAtom web site is an Agency service to Member States’
representatives. It provides them with on-line documentation on the work of the
Board of Governors and its Committees.</font></p><font class="ms-rteStyle-Normal" face="Times New Roman" size="3">
</font><p style="margin:0cm 0cm 10pt;"><font class="ms-rteStyle-Normal" face="Calibri" size="3">Registration and access to GovAtom are restricted to members
of the IAEA Board of Governors, staff in all Permanent Missions of IAEA Member
States, and individuals in the competent authorities in IAEA Member States.</font></p><font color="#000000" face="Times New Roman" size="3">
</font> ||<a href="https://govatom.iaea.org" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Guidelines on Field Measurement of Soil Water ||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/field-measurement-of-soil-water.aspx||Guidelines on Field Measurement of Soil Water ||This Guideline provides guidance and assessment on soil water sensing in terms of Methods, Instrumentation and Sensor Technology under laboratory and field conditions. ||<a href="http://www-pub.iaea.org/MTCD/publications/PDF/TCS-30_web.pdf" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Human Factors in Design and Construction Regulatory Perspective||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/human-factors.aspx||Human Factors in Design and Construction Regulatory Perspective||This is a workshop on further needs in the area of Management Systems, Safety Culture, Leadership and Preoperational stages of Nuclear Projects taken at the technical meeting in April 2008 at the IAEA in Vienna, Austria||<a href="http://www-ns.iaea.org/downloads/video/ni/workshop-2008-3p/" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|Human Health Campus||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/h-h-campus.aspx||Human Health Campus||
The Human Health Campus is an Educational and Resources website for Health Professionals
in Radiation Medicine (Nuclear Medicine, Diagnostic Imaging, Radiation Oncology, and Medical Radiation Physics)
||<a href="/HHW/Home/index.html" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|
|IAEA CONNECT platform||https://nucleus.iaea.org/Pages/connect.aspx||IAEA CONNECT platform||
IAEA CONNECT platform provides a gateway and collaboration spaces for IAEA professional networks,
also called international communities of practice, to support capacity building
in our Member States, increasing the participation of individuals and
organizations involved in them, and making available additional sources of
information which complement existing training. <br></p>
||<a href="/sites/connect/Pages/default.aspx" target="_blank">View Resource</a>|