IAEA initiative on innovative technologies in decommissioning

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has launched a global initiative aimed at boosting the role of new and emerging technologies in the decommissioning of nuclear facilities.

IAEA initiative on innovative technologies in decommissioning

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