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New course for women to teach and communicate about nuclear science and applications

In cooperation with the Australian Nuclear Science & Technology Organisation (ANSTO), the IAEA launched a regional training course for women educators in Asia and the Pacific about the role of nuclear science in the global endeavour to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.

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Nuclear needed in future Dutch energy mix, says EPZ
Bron: World Nuclear News3 december 2020
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Brazil resumes uranium mining at Caetité
Bron: World Nuclear News2 december 2020
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In Turkey France’s assystem wins contract to supervise construction
Bron: NucNet2 december 2020
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