IRSN renews cooperation agreement with ENEA
Jean-Christophe Niel, Director-General of IRSN, and Federico Testa,
President of the Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy
and Sustainable Economic Development (ENEA), have signed the cooperation
agreement on nuclear safety radiation protection between the two
End of the European COMET project
From April 25 to 27, the COMET (Coordination and Implementation of a
pan-Europe Instrument for Radioecology) consortium has held its final
meeting in Bruges, Belgium, on the project underway since 2013.
Second transnational CONCERT call for proposals
In March, the European CONCERT consortium (European Joint Program for the Integration of Radiation Protection Research) has launched its second call for proposals in the field of radiation protection in Europe.
Publication of the book "Element of security and non-proliferation"
IRSN publishes a new book in its Science and Technology Series, entitled "Elements of security and non-proliferation". It describes the measures implemented in France and at international
level to prevent terrorism and malicious acts and, if necessary,
mitigate the consequences of any such act.
The 13th issue of Aktis, IRSN’s scientific newsletter, is available
This lastest issue focuses on geochemical investigations downstream from former mines, treats of NUCLEA, a thermodynamic database for materials and deals with the assessment of the “biological dose” received in the case of contamination and with using stem cells to treat radiation-induced visceral pain.
EURADOS Young Scientist Award goes to IRSN researcher
The work rewarded relates to an intercomparison
proposed and implemented by LEDI as part of EURADOS. The intercomparison aimed
to evaluate the internal dose received by nuclear workers, as part of
epidemiological studies on the induced risks of uranium exposure.
Launch of the European CONFIDENCE project
The kick-off meeting for the European CONFIDENCE project took place in Karlsruhe, Germany on 16 and 17 February. CONFIDENCE was selected after a call for projects by CONCERT, the European joint programming tool whose goals include consolidating various radioprotection research projects.