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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.

This Electronic textbook has been made available to the interested reader in order to support self-study for those who are unfamiliar with basic nuclear engineering. The target audience of this textbook are university graduates or postgraduates.

This Electronic textbook has been made available to the interested reader in order to support self-study for those who are unfamiliar with basic nuclear engineering. The target audience of this textbook are university graduates or postgraduates.

​Contains selected evaluated nuclear data files in ENDF-6 format.

The IAEA focuses its efforts on facilitating the coordination of international fusion energy R&D and enhancing the interaction of developing Member States with leading fusion initiatives.

GENIE is a web search engine for numerical atomic data for fusion and atomic physics research. The General Internet Search Engine for Atomic Data (GENIE) allows a multiple search on different databases on the web for spectral and collisional atomic data for fusion and atomic physics research.

Global Assessment of Nuclear Data Requirements or GANDR is a IAEA Nuclear Data Section Data Development Project. 

The Safety Assessment Section (SAS) within the Division of Nuclear Installation Safety (NSNI) has established the Global Nuclear Safety Assessment Network (GSAN) to facilitate focused collaboration on safety assessment capacity building in support of global nuclear safety harmonization, especiall

The GovAtom web site is an Agency service to Member States’ representatives. It provides them with on-line documentation on the work of the Board of Governors and its Committees.

This Guideline provides guidance and assessment on soil water sensing in terms of Methods, Instrumentation and Sensor Technology under laboratory and field conditions.

This is a workshop on further needs in the area of Management Systems, Safety Culture, Leadership and Preoperational stages of Nuclear Projects taken at the technical meeting in April 2008 at the IAEA in Vienna, Austria.

The Human Health Campus is an Educational and Resources website for Health Professionals in Radiation Medicine (Nuclear Medicine, Diagnostic Imaging, Radiation Oncology, and Medical Radiation Physics) and Nutrition.

The IAEA Library Catalogue of Resources provides bibliographical, location and availability information about the Library's collection of books, journals, films and videos, selected technical reports and documents and electronic information resources.

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