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Ions and neutrons can probe the world at different scales to reveal a wealth of information: from nano-structures to the inter-stellar space. Discover the interactive infographies in the Case Studies section, to learn about those applications !
This course aims to help national nuclear institutions find answers to the questions ‘what can I do now’ and ‘what should I do now’.
The purpose of this e-learning tool is to help to bridge the gap between the practitioners of nuclear analytical techniques and forensic science stakeholder communities.
This video is linked with the IAEA F11020 coordinated research project.
Read more here: https://www.iaea.org/newscenter/news/new-research-project-to-focus-on-use-of-nuclear-techniques-in-forensic-science
This activity is linked with the IAEA F11021 coordinated research project. Please read more here:
The G42008 Coordinated Research Project “Facilitating Experiments with Ion Beam Accelerators” aims at facilitating researchers from countries not having ion beam analysis (IBA) accelerator facilities to perform experiments in such facilities abroad.
This publication is addressing the utilization of heavy ions, through the delivery of better analytical tools with a higher degree of reliability, accuracy, and user confidence.
This publication summarizes the findings and conclusions of the IAEA coordinated research project (CRP) on accelerator simulation and theoretical modelling of radiation effects.
This publication is intended to provide resource material to support practical educational and training curricula in nuclear science and technology.
This video gives an overview on world-wide efforts coordinated by the IAEA to use radiation to sterilize personal protective equipment (PPE)
This new IAEA publication presents information on experience and lessons learned from implementation of decommissioning projects for particle accelerators.
The EPSRC UK National Ion Beam Centre (UKNIBC) provides a single point of access for the UK research community to world-leading ion beam modification and analysis infrastructure and expertise.
The joint conference will be held October 9th to 15th, 2021
in the “Toyama International Conference Center” in Toyama, Japan.
Find Physics Job Opportunities in the NuPECC website.
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