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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 IAEA Nuclear Data Library / Thermal Scattering Law is a database that was assembeled for general use in the public domain as an IAEA NDL in ENDF-6 format at the end of 2006.

The aim of this knowledge base is to support the preservation and sharing of expert knowledge and experience, across the international Graphite Community.

These modules promote a clearer understanding of IAEA Safety Standards and safety-related documents. Technical areas covered are Regulatory Control (RC), Operational Safety (OS), Safety Assessment (SA) and Research Reactors (RR).

​The library contains recommended evaluated photonuclear data for 164 isotopes for incident photons  (gamma rays) with energies mostly up to 140 MeV. The library includes cross sections and emission spectra in the ENDF-6 format and it is suitable for Monte Carlo transport calculations. 

This is a workshop on further needs in the area of Management Systems taken at the technical meeting in April 2008 at the IAEA in Vienna, Austria.

This database is the IAEA’s information system on incidents of illicit trafficking and other unauthorized activities and events involving nuclear and other radioactive material outside of regulatory control.

The Incident Reporting System for Research Reactors (IRSRR) is an international system through which participating Member States exchange operational experiences to improve the safety of the research reactors.

The IAEA administers three separate incident reporting systems to collect, analyse, maintain and disseminate reports from participating countries on safety-related events at nuclear power plants, research reactors and fuel cycle facilities.

The IAEA provides various information resources to assist Member States in arranging and improving their capabilities in radiation protection.

The IAEA Information System on Occupational Exposure in Medicine, Industry and Research (ISEMIR) enables data collection to help improve optimization of radiation protection of workers in interventional cardiology and industrial radiography.

INFCIS is a resource for technical and statistical information about nuclear fuel cycle activities worldwide, as reported to the IAEA.

The IAEA has developed the International Catalogue of Sealed Radioactive Sources and Devices (ICSRS) to become a comprehensive catalogue of manufacturer's data on sealed radioactive sources and the devices in which they are or can be used.

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