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IAEA nurtures nuclear education in Asia Pacific

23 juli 2018

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) held the first in a series of six regional training coursesĀ  aimed to equip teachers in Asia Pacific to inspire a new generation of nuclear scientists and engineers.

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