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Research Reactor Exercises for Higher Education Programmes



English IAEA-TECDOC-2024 ¦ 978-92-0-119123-6

158 pages ¦ 24 figures ¦ € 22.00 ¦ Date published: 2023

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Providing a comprehensive overview of the utilization of research reactors for education purposes in an academic environment, this compendium is intended to provide practical guidelines for the development of research reactor exercises to be integrated into education programmes in nuclear science and technology. It will prove useful to all Member States developing nuclear capacity building for existing and new national research reactor programmes. Member States planning to embark on both a research reactor programme and a nuclear power programme, may refer to this publication to ensure that the approach and methodology for the implementation of both programmes is harmonized, efficient and effective from the perspective of capacity building development.

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