INIS: organizing the world's nuclear information and making it universally accessible
Since its creation in 1970, the International Nuclear Information System (INIS) collects and disseminates non-conventional literature (NCL) received from Member States and international organizations. Initially, INIS received paper based NCL documents which were microfilmed in-house and stored in the INIS archives. In 1997, the INIS Secretariat replaced the microfiche-based production system with an imaging system to process, preserve and disseminate all NCL documents in electronic format. This marked the beginning of digital preservation efforts that continue today. Read more →View All
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