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The IAEA provides access to a wide variety of databases and scientific resources. A central portal is NUCLEUS, which assembles over 130 IAEA scientific, technical and regulatory resources, including databases, applications, publications and training material. Other databases give access to nuclear scientific data and information on nuclear energy-related issues.

The Accelerator Knowledge Portal (AKP) is IAEA's community driven website for the benefit of accelerator scientists, accelerator users and service providers worldwide.

Application Library for Accelerator Driven Systems. Application test library in ACE and MATXS format for ADS neutronics design.

ARIS provides Member States with most up-to-date comprehensive and balanced information about all available advanced reactor designs. 

The IAEA's Advanced Reactors Information System (ARIS) is a web-accessible database that provides Members States with balanced, comprehensive and up-to-date information about advanced nuclear plant designs and concepts.

ALADDIN is a database system to provide numerical atomic, molecular and plasma-material interactions data of interest to fusion research. Data are compiled mainly from the IAEA APID series and are IAEA recommended data at the time of their collection.

The Application of Safeguards TO Geological Repositories - ASTOR The main objective of the ASTOR Group of Experts is to support the IAEA’s objective to obtain credible assurance that nuclear material and technology associated with geological disposal activities are not diverted from peaceful nucl

The e-Learning course was developed to give a general knowledge on soil water and its measurement using nuclear and related techniques in soil water management and irrigation scheduling to enhance crop water productivity.

ARTEMIS is the IAEA's new integrated expert peer review service for radioactive waste and spent fuel management, decommissioning and remediation programmes.

The primary objective of the ANSN is pooling, analysing and sharing nuclear safety information, existing and new knowledge and practical experience among the participating countries.

The NGATLAS contains neutron capture cross sections in the range 10-5eV - 20MeV as evaluated and compiled in recent activation libraries. The NGATLAS contains neutron capture cross sections in the range 10-5eV - 20MeV as evaluated and compiled in recent activation libraries.

Bibliographic database for atomic and molecular data for fusion research. AMBDAS is a database system to provide bibliographic atomic, molecular and plasma-material interactions data of interest to fusion research.

The "Atomic Mass Data Center" AMDC and its electronic bulletin aim at being a meeting place where information on masses (experimental, evaluation or theory) can be exchanged.

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