The INLN reaches 49
At a time that the availability of digital resources, of both open and controlled access, continues to grow while subscription costs put an extra strain on the budget of Libraries, the INLN seems to continue gaining momentum. Four new institutions have decided to join the INLN and benefit from the premium nuclear information services offered: the Commissariat à l'Énergie Atomique (CEA), Centre de Marcoule, the Thai Nuclear Information Service (Office of Atoms for Peace), the Kenyan National Scientific Information & Documentation Centre (National Council for Science and Technology) and, the Kenyan Nuclear Electricity Board Library. The Network now consists of 49 nuclear institutes, libraries, university physics departments and nuclear regulatory authorities coming from 31 countries. To learn more about our work, please read an overview of the INLN’s achievements in 2012. Contact details of the new INLN members can be found here.
Tajoura Nuclear Research Centre
The Tajoura Nuclear Research Centre decides to become a member of the INLN raising the number of INLN participants to 45 and the number of countries to 28. The Centre facilitates research in all applied sciences focusing particularly on the utilization of nuclear energy for peaceful uses. Contact details of the Centre are available on this web page.
Radium Institute joins the INLN
Since March 2013, the V.G. Khlopin Radium Institute has become the 44th member of the International Nuclear Library Network. The Institute, a subsidiary of ROSATOM headquartered in Saint-Petersburg, participates actively in a lot of federal programs and international projects related to nuclear physics, radiochemistry, radioecology, and radio geochemistry. More information on the Radium Institute is available here. Information about the contact person in the Institute can be found on this web page.
IIASA Library becomes the 43rd INLN member
As of January 2013, the Library of the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) is the 43rd member of the International Nuclear Library Network. IIASA’s mission is to provide insights and guidance to policy makers worldwide by finding solutions to global and universal problems through applied systems analysis in order to improve human and social well-being and protect the environment. More information about IIASA is available here. IIASA's contact details are available on this web page.