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    Expansion of Services for Safe Future

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    Commissioning of Chornobyl ISF-2 Ongoing

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    Nuclear and Radiation Safety as Platform for Professional Communication of Scholars

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    Rivne-1 Can Be Operated until 2030

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    Introduction of the National Radiation Protection Institute (SURO), Czech Republic

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    Experience from a targeted professional disinformation campaign in the field of radiation protection in 2017

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    Large scale monitoring of radioiodine in thyroid: equipment and preparedness in the Czech Republic

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    Automatic system for two HPGe detectors for measurements of extremely low activity samples

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    Low Radon Cleanroom for Surface and Underground Laboratories

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    Autonomous station for measurements of artificial gamma activity in surface water bodies

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    RAMESIS - support of Citizen Monitoring Network in the Czech Republic

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    Status of standardization and validation of the SPT method for using in nuclear power industry

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    SafeG: Safety of GFR through Innovative Materials, Technologies and Processes

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    Use of artificial intelligence for the needs of the transmission system operator

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News from ETSON and its members

16 Nov 2020 | SURO

The award of the Minister of the Interior of the Czech Republic for extraordinary results in the field of security research was won by a research team composed of representatives of the Research Center Rez and the Czech Technical University in Prague.

 

16 Nov 2020 | GRS

Knowledge about the origin, propagation and suppression of fires is essential for assessing fire safety of nuclear installations. For this reason, GRS is continuously participating in fire related international research activities carried out  under the auspices of the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA).

16 Nov 2020 | GRS

Claystone, salt rock or granite are considered suitable host rocks for a radioactive waste repository in Germany. In a current project carried out in the GRS Geoscientific Laboratory, researchers investigate how the properties of claystone formations might be influenced by the waste emplaced.

16 Nov 2020 | GRS

In interventional radiology, diagnostic or therapeutic medical interventions can be performed while monitoring them simultaneously, often by means of X-ray imaging. GRS scientists are developing a 3D-simulation model that will allow to draw conclusions on how to further optimise the radiation protection for the medical staff involved.

15 Oct 2020 | ENEA

The PASCAL project was recently approved for co-financing by the EC within the H2020 Euratom programme. PASCAL, gathering 16 European organizations, is aimed at generating new quality experimental data supporting the pre-licensing processes of the two ESNII heavy-liquid-metal-cooled systems: ALFRED and MYRRHA.

15 Oct 2020 | Vuje

Team of Scientific and Technical Support of Commissioning was formed in VUJE, a.s. to independently supervise the observance of nuclear safety principles during the preparation and performance of Mochovce NPP Units 3&4 commissioning.

15 Oct 2020 | Jacobs

An innovative twist on an established technology has created a powerful new tool for characterisation of radioactive material.

15 Oct 2020 | ENEA

During the month of June 2020 several anomalous measurements of radioactive nuclides have been recorded in Scandinavia and Eastern Europe. ENEA has performed isotopic ratios and atmospheric dispersion analyses in order to pinpoint a possible region of origin of the radioactive material.

15 Oct 2020 | Vuje

From October 2017, the Consortium Westinghouse Electric Spain, Westinghouse Electric Sweden and VUJE is implementing the Project: “D4.2 Dismantling of Reactor Coolant System Large Components” being one of the most important project of V1 Nuclear Power Plant (two units with VVER– 440 reactors located in Jaslovské Bohunice site in Slovakia) decommissioning process managed by Slovak company Jadrová a vyraďovacia spoločnosť (JAVYS, a.s.) and co-funded by the European Union through the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). Project has to be developed in a tight period, and this has resulted in the design of specific technical strategies and solutions.

15 Oct 2020 | Jacobs

Specially designed and manufactured equipment is being used to perform underwater segmentation of the first ever VVER-440 reactor to be decommissioned.

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