IAEA Technical Co-operation Activities in the 1990s


IAEA Technical Co-operation Activities in the 1990's ContentsIntroductionThe Basis for IAEA Activities in Technical Co-operationCurrent TrendsExamples of Projects Supported by the IAEAFurther Reading
The desire to extend the many benefits of the peaceful uses of nuclear technology to all countries led as long ago as 1957 to the establishment of the IAEA and to the immediate introduction of a technical co-operation programme. In the more than thirty years that have passed since that time, the potential applications of nuclear techniques have greatly expanded, as have the associated benefits for social and economic development. Over this period, many of the applications have moved from research laboratories into hospitals, farms and industrial enterprises. The IAEA has meanwhile remained as a unique international source of expertise on nuclear technologies. (Excerpt from the Introduction)

Introduction | The Basis for IAEA Activities in Technical Co-operation | Current Trends | Examples of Projects Supported by the IAEA | Further Reading

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