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European Nuclear Society joins call for ministers to double investment In nuclear R&D

13 mei 2019

13 May (NucNet): More than 40 nuclear associations representing over 80,000 scientists have today called on government ministers to double public investment in nuclear-related R&D and innovation within the next five years.

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