Nuclear Technology Review 2015 (GC(59)/1)
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From the publication:
Fifty-ninth regular session Item 17 of the provisional agenda (GC(59)/1) Nuclear Technology Review 2015 Report by the Director General International Atomic Energy Agency Summary In response to requests by Member States, the Secretariat produces a comprehensive Nuclear Technology Review each year. Attached is this year’s report, which highlights notable developments in 2014. The Nuclear Technology Review 2015 covers the following select areas: power applications, atomic and nuclear data, accelerator and research reactor applications, nuclear techniques to improve animal health, medical radiation dosimetry, radiopharmaceuticals, isotopes in climate and hydrological studies, and understanding changes in the marine environment using nuclear techniques. The final version will be prepared in the light of the discussion in the Board of Governors and will be provided to Member States as an information document during the 59th regular session of the General Conference. Information on the IAEA’s activities related to nuclear science and technology can also be found in the IAEA’s Annual Report 2014 (GC(59)/7), in particular the Technology section, and the Technical Cooperation Report for 2014 (GC(59)/INF/3). The document has been modified to take account, to the extent possible, of specific comments by the Board of Governors and other comments received from Member States.
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