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UAE Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation growing investment in radiation protection training

The UAE Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) has reached a key stage in preparation for the International Atomic Energy Agency, (IAEA) review of efforts in motion to advise personnel

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The birth of nuclear safety culture in Bahrain

Bahrain Civil Defense Council faced the relocation and the management of industrial and residential waste, including radioactive elements from hospital facilities. The Board recently recommended to the government to design

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Peak of Chinese nuclear spent fuel storage in less than 14 years

Chinese nuclear spent fuel will reach its peak by 2030. The country will not be able to store more and face the expansion of its future fleet of 100 plants. The government is obliged to promulgated a nuclear safety act to move on and open the projects to the public concern

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Reprocessing plant selection halted in Lianyungang

A planned Sino-French nuclear fuel reprocessing project was stopped by public protests, which indicates Chinese nuclear reprocessing work has a long way to go.

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Graduation of 50 nuclear engineers from South Africa in Beijing

During the visit of President Jacob Zuma in China, on December 2014, both countries signed a training agreement to support the human resources in the South African nuclear program. The

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Qinshan Propels Liquid Waste Processing Test on Uranium Recovery Production Line

A coordinating meeting regarding liquid waste processing test on uranium recovery production line was held between Qinshan Nuclear Power Company and China Institute of Atomic Energy (CIAE) recently. Progress of

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Security comes first in Turkey’s first nuclear plant

Turkey’s Akkuyu nuclear power plant will have more thorough security conditions than its reference, Novovoronej nuclear plant. Turkey’s Akkuyu nuclear power plant, to be built by the Turkish subsidiary of

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China pursues “rationality” in nuclear safety

China’s nuclear safety program was based on a foundation of “rationality, coordination and advancement”, a joint administration statement announced on Wednesday. The statement — issued by the National Nuclear Safety

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Control System of CGN Passed Acceptance

China Guangdong General Group announced on January 6th that the scientific research project on million-kilowatt PWR nuclear power control rod driving system passed the expert acceptance review. It marks that