Nuclear Education, Skills and Technology Press Pitch 2022
Efforts to retain knowledge, focus on human capital issues and stimulate technological innovation have thrived since 2019 with the launch of two major activities
The Global Forum on Nuclear Education, Science, Technology and Policy is led by a Council of Advisors comprised by representatives from about 20 academic institutions in NEA member countries.
Co-Chair: Ian Farnan (left), University of Cambridge and Man-Sung Yim (right), Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
The NEA Data Bank organised its second online training session on FISPACT-II from 18 to 28 October 2021. Facilitated by the code developers at the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority, the course a...
The NEA spoke with Professor Okamoto, who leads the NEST ARTERD project on the NEST Framework and its objectives.
Insights from the NEST Framework: A chat with Lea Zimmermann, NEST Fellow
Insights from the NEST Framework: A chat with Larissa Shasko, PhD student and NEST Fellow.
The 2021 SMR Prize Competition brought together 28 students representing different academic and research organisations participating in the NEA Nuclear Education, Skills and Technology (NEST) Small M...