INIS Database Free Access Pilot Project Expanded to Australia, Japan and Sweden
11 December 2008 - We are pleased to announce that Australia, Japan and Sweden have joined the pilot project undertaken by INIS providing open access to the INIS Database on the internet. This increases to ten the number of countries participating in the pilot, which already included Argentina, Austria, Brazil, Canada, France, Uruguay and the United States.
Users in these ten countries can now access the Database for free at:
The objective of this pilot project is to further disseminate INIS information in our Member States, and to make it easily accessible.
The INIS Database is the leading worldwide reference database for published scientific literature on the peaceful uses of nuclear science and technology. Currently, INIS membership includes 119 member states and 23 international organizations, and its database contains over 3 million bibliographic records/references, and abstracts of journal articles, scientific and technical reports, conference papers, books, patents, theses, laws, regulations and standards, and web documents.
Please send any comments or feedback to: INIS.CBL@iaea.org