2008 in Review
Nine more nuclear libraries join the INLN
During the International Nuclear Library Network meeting in November 2008 representatives of nine more nuclear libraries expressed their interest in joining the INLN. Their respective organizations are: Belarus INIS Center, Atomic Energy Authority of Egypt, Ghana Atomic Energy Commission, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) in India, Radiological Protection Institute of Ireland, Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (KAERI), Centre National de L' Energie des Sciences et des Techniques Nucléaires (CNESTEN) in Morocco, Institute of Nuclear Sciences 'VINČA' in Serbia and Centre National des Sciences et Technologies Nucléaires (CNSTN) in Tunisia. This raises the number of libraries participating in INLN to 29.
CNEN - Comissão Nacional de Energia Nuclear
CNEN - Brazilian Nuclear Energy Commission
As of October 2008, the Library Network of the Brazilian Nuclear Energy Commission, consisting of 7 nuclear libraries across Brazil, is officially a member of the International Nuclear Library Network. There are now 20 nuclear libraries cooperating within the INLN.
Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Nucleares (ININ)
Centro de Información y Documentación Nuclear (CIDN)
As of August 2008 CIDN-ININ (Mexico) joins INLN, bringing participants from 6 members in 2006 to 13 members in 2008.
Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA) joins INLN
Dr. Satoru Sugawara, Director, Intellectual Resources Department, Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA) informed on 25 March 2008 that the Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA) has made a decision to participate in the INLN.
INLN achievements in 2007
"Nuclear Information and Knowledge" features in its March 2008 issue the International Nuclear Library Network and its achievements in 2007 (p. 12)
Nuclear Research Institute Rez plc, Czech Republic joins INLN
As of January 2008 the Nuclear Research Institute Rez plc, Czech Republic, joins the International Nuclear Library Network. INLN welcomes the Nuclear Research Institute Rez plc as its eleventh member.