Today: 17.Oct.2018

Nuclear technology improves our lives in so many ways. Breakthroughs in nuclear medicine mean better diagnoses and treatments for cancer and other diseases. Hydrogen fuel research may produce cars that don’t pollute. Small reactors could bring cheap electricity to anywhere in Canada. Improved fault-detection technology makes nuclear power even more safe.

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Belgian Nuclear Society -- Young Generation: Back in the year 1995, The European Nuclear Society launched the idea of setting-up a european young generation network, promoted and supported by the national societies. The Belgian Young Generation was set-up and started its activities in 1995.

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Assessing non-reactor based isotope production through examining Canada’s recent decision to shift towards particle accelerator generation of its major medical radioisotopes and similar initiatives around the world, including Belgium and Germany;

Australian Nuclear Association -Nuclear energy is recognised internationally as an essential component of electricity system that meets global environmental and energy utilisation objectives. With abundant coal, gas and uranium resources and wind and solar potential, Australia is uniquely placed to set standards for integrated, environmentally sustainable energy utilisation. To be credible, Australia must embrace the domestic use and not just export of uranium to generate base load electricity.

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