Technical Co-Operation

Vol. 29-1

March 1987

This paper discusses the fields of training and other aspects of the IAEA fellowship training programme. Included is a discussion of fellowship in support of ongoing projects, visiting scientists, fellowship costs, host countries, eligibility and qualifications of candidates, selection of candidates, and the impact of fellowship training

Challenges of technical co-operation. A look at the aims and evolution of the IAEA's expanding programme

Regional co-operation for technical progress. Reports on IAEA programmes in Latin America and in Asia and the Pacific

Fellowship training: 28 years and over 11,000 fellows. An overview of how the programme works and how it has developed

Training scientists from developing countries. Since 1959, the IAEA's programme of training courses has grown considerably

Two of many: Reflections of a technical officer. What does it take to make a training course work? Description:

Report from Uruguay: Nuclear medicine in Latin America. A review of its development, impact, and potential

Report from Czechoslovakia: Nuclear power today and tomorrow. An update of operations and plans

Nuclear science and technology in developing countries: Potential and perspectives. Reflections on nuclear energy's development in energy, agriculture, medicine, industry, science, and other fields

Report from Trieste: ICTP on the march. Why have more than 22,000 scientists studied at the International Centre for Theoretical Physics

System analysis for radwaste management. An overview of the decision-making framework for low- and medium-level wastes

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