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6.07.4.60/30 Productie en gebruik van medische radio-isotopen in Nederland - Huidige situatie en toekomstverkenningRIVM, Roobol, van der Reijden, de Waard–Schalk, Bijwaard July 2017
6.07.4.60/31 Cyclotron Based Production of Technetium-99mIAEA June 2017
6.07.4.60/29 2017 Medical Isotope Supply Review: Mo/Tc Market Demand and Production Capacity Projection 2017-2022OECD, NEA April 2017
6.01.3.50/29 Neue Reaktorkonzepte. Eine Analyse des aktuellen Forschungsstands.Öko-Institut, C.Pistner, M.Englert April 2017
6.07.4.60/33 Medische isotopen. Belang voor de wereld en kansen voor NederlandNucleair Nederland April 2017
6.01.5.50/90The legacy of nuclear powerA.Blowers January 2017
6.07.4.60/27 Molybdenum-99 for Medical ImagingNational Academies of Sciences September 2016
6.01.2.15/51 Nuclear energy and path dependence in Europe’s ‘Energy union’: coherence or continued divergence?A.Lawrence, B.Sovacool, A.Stirling July 2016
6.01.0.20/127 The World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2016Mycle Schneider, Antony Froggatt July 2016
6.07.4.60/28 Ruwe schets van de problemen voor de behandeling van Nederlandse patiënten bij een plotselinge productiestop van medische isotopen in NederlandRIVM, Smetsers, Bijwaard, Roobol July 2016
6.01.2.70/04 Thorium for fission powerJ.W.Storm van Leeuwen May 2016
6.01.2.20/112 Uranium 2016: Resources, Production and Demand (redbook)IAEA, NEA January 2016
6.02.0.30/03 Cyber Security at Civil Nuclear Facilities. Understanding the RisksC.Baylon, R.Brunt, D.Livingstone September 2015
6.01.0.20/126 The World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2015Mycle Schneider, Antony Froggatt July 2015
6.01.3.70/80 Of Disasters and Dragon Kings: A Statistical Analysis of Nuclear Power Incidents & Accidents S.Wheatley, B.Sovacool, D.Sornette April 2015
6.07.1.20/22Festival International du Film de l'Uranium. Du 15 Au 25 Avril 2015 QuebecUranio Movimento April 2015
6.01.3.80/24 Report of NTW Working Group on Emergency Preparedness & Response (EP&R)NTW, N.Železnik, A.Klemenc March 2015
6.07.4.60/32 Feasibility of Producing Molybdenum-99 on a Small Scale Using Fission of Low Enriched Uranium or Neutron Activation of Natural MolybdenumIAEA January 2015
6.01.2.20/110 Governing Uranium GloballyC.Vestergaard, Danish Institute for International Studies 2015
6.01.2.50/36 Plutonium Separation in Nuclear Power Programs. Status, Problems, and Prospects of Civilian Reprocessing Around the World International Panel on Fissile Materials IPFM 2015
6.01.5.50/89 EURATOM Projects, radioactive waste management and public participation: What have we learnt so far? A synthesis of principles.G.Ferraro, M.Martell, European Commission, Joint Research Centre 2015
6.01.5.51/95 Geological Disposal Facilities – European PerspectiveNuclear Energy Insider, DECC, IGDTP 2015
6.01.5.52/26 Inventory of Radioactive Material Resulting from Historical Dumping, Accidents and Losses at Sea IAEA-TECDOC-1776IAEA 2015
6.04.0.10/74 Nuclear Technology Review 2015 (GC(59)/1)IAEA 2015
6.01.2.70/05 Barriers and Drivers to Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactor TechnologyJ.M.Swaneveld December 2014
6.07.4.60/25 Future Supply of Medical Radioisotopes for the UK Report 2014British Nuclear Medicine Society, Science & Technology Facilities Council November 2014
6.01.0.10/95 Renewables Energies versus Nuclear Power. Comparing Financial SupportÖkologie Institut, G.Mraz November 2014
6.01.2.20/109 Uranium mining. Unveiling the impacts of the nuclear industryB.Chareyron November 2014
6.01.0.20/125 The World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2014Mycle Schneider, Antony Froggatt July 2014
6.01.3.10/87 Lifetime extension of ageing nuclear power plants: Entering a new era of riskGreenpeace, J.Haverkamp March 2014