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Nuclear Technology Review 2003

Nuclear Technology Review 2003

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Published by IAEAInformation
This review - issued every two years and updated annually - reports on the global status and trends in fields of nuclear science and technology. Topics covered include nuclear power development, including innovative reactors and fuel cycle approaches; nuclear applications in fields of health, agriculture, water, and other areas; nuclear information and knowledge management; and issues of sustainable development in which nuclear technologies can play an important role.
This review - issued every two years and updated annually - reports on the global status and trends in fields of nuclear science and technology. Topics covered include nuclear power development, including innovative reactors and fuel cycle approaches; nuclear applications in fields of health, agriculture, water, and other areas; nuclear information and knowledge management; and issues of sustainable development in which nuclear technologies can play an important role.

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Published by: IAEAInformation on Mar 09, 2011
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The International School of Nuclear Law (ISNL) was established two
years ago by the University of Montpellier in co-operation with the NEA. It is
co-sponsored by the International Law Association and the European
Commission. The ISNL offers a high quality two-week summer course on all
aspects of nuclear law. Participants are law students studying at the doctoral or
masters level,and young legal professionals already active in the nuclear sector
who wish to develop their knowledge. The programme provides an intro-

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ductory course on nuclear law and covers the legal aspects of radiation safety,
nuclear installation safety, radioactive waste management, transport of nuclear
materials, physical protection (including the illicit trafficking of nuclear
materials), non-proliferation and nuclear liability.
The IAEA supports the ISNL by providing lecturers in the areas of
safeguards,non-proliferation and nuclear safety,and by offering fellowships for
candidates from developing countries.At the ISNL’s second session in August
2002, 14 of a total of 57 participants were fellows supported by the IAEA.

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