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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2013RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN NUCLEAR TRAINING AND EDUCATION – IN A NON NUCLEAR POWER COUNTRYRADDE Eileen; BOECK H.; SALLETMAIER Markus; BANNON Jeffrey; LACAL MOLINA MARIA; KHAN Rustam
2002Recent Developments in Quantification Methods for Metallothioneins.DABRIO Marta; RODRIGUEZ-FERNANDEZ Adela; BORDIN Guy; BEBIANNO M. j.; DE LEY Marc; SESTAKOVA I.; VASAK M.; NORDBERG M.
2001Recent Developments in the Field of Environmental Reference Materials at the Environment Institute Ispra.MUNTAU Herbert wilhelm
2000Recent Developments in Ultra-Low Level Gamma-Ray Spectrometry at IRMM.HULT Mikael; MARTINEZ CANET M.j.; KOEHLER M.; DAS NEVES J.; JOHNSTON P.
2011Recent Developments of Biofuels/Bioenergy Sustainability Certification: A Global OverviewSCARLAT NICOLAE; DALLEMAND Jean-Francois
2004The Recent Evolution of the Aral Sea Level and Water Properties: Analysis of Satellite, Gauge and Hydro-Meteorological Data.PENEVA Elisaveta; STANEV E.; STANYCHNI S.v.; SALOKHIDDINOV A.; STULINA G.
2007Recent Experience in Nuclear Forensic ScienceMAYER KLAUS; WALLENIUS MARIA; RAY I.; THIELE HARTMUT
2007Recent Experimental Activities at ELSA for the Needs of European StandardizationNEGRO PAOLO; ZHAO BIN
1989Recent Experimental Results of the Rates of Hydrogen Permeation through Metallic Materials in the Presence of Liquid Pb17Li Alloy. Influence on the Performance and Design of Tritium Recovery EquipmentPIERINI Giancarlo
2009Recent Forest Fire Related Accidents in EuropeVIEGAS Domingos X.; SIMEONI Albert; XANTHOPOULOS Gavriil; ROSSA Carlos; RIBEIRO Luis Mario; PITA Luis Paulo; STIPANICEV Darko; ZINOVIEV Anna; WEBER Rodney; DOLD John, et al
1999Recent Highlights of X-Ray Magnetic Scattering Studies from Surfaces.WATSON G.m.; GIBBS Doon; LANDER Gerard heath
2009Recent HKED Instrumentations for Analytical Measurements in Conventional and Advanced Nuclear Fuel ReprocessingEBERLE Heinrich; OTTMAR H.; LUETZENKIRCHEN Klaus; OUGIER Michel; VAN BELLE Pieter; RICHIR Patrice; COLLINS M.
2008The Recent Invasion of Rutilus Rutilus (L.) (Pisces: Cyprinidae) in a Large South-Alpine Lake: Lago MaggioreVOLTA Pietro; JEPSEN Niels
2012Recent JRC Achievements and Future Challenges in Verification for Nuclear Safeguards and NonproliferationJANSSENS Willem; LUETZENKIRCHEN Klaus; EMONS Hendrik; ABOUSAHL Said; AREGBE Yetunde; BERNDT Reinhard; COJAZZI Giacomo; HEDBERG Magnus; LITTMANN Francois; MAYER Klaus, et al
2009Recent Measurements of the Prompt Neutron Emission Spectrum from Neutron-induced Fission of 235UKORNILOV Nikolai; HAMBSCH Franz-Josef; FABRY Imrich; OBERSTEDT Stephan; SIMAKOV S. P.
2003Recent Progress in the Modelling of Helium abd Tritium Behaviour in Irradiated Beryllium Pebbles.RABAGLINO E.; RONCHI Claudio; CARDELLA Antonio
2003Recent Progress in the Modelling of Helium and Tritium Behaviour in Irradiated Beryllium Pebbles.RABAGLINO E.; RONCHI Claudio; CARDELLA Antonio
2006Recent Results on the Neutron-Induced Fission Cross-Section of 231PaOBERSTEDT ANDREAS; OBERSTEDT STEPHAN; BIRGERSSON Evert; HAMBSCH FRANZ-JOSEF; FRITSCH Volker; LOEVESTAM GOERAN; VLADUCA Gheorghita; TUDORA Anabella; KORNILOV NIKOLAI
2011Recent Status and Prospects of the EU-funded ALPINE ProjectSELLERI Stefano; CUCINOTTA Annamaria; POLI Federica; COSCELLI Enrico; PASSARO Davide; LEICK Lasse; HERNANDEZ Yves; BERMUDEZ Veronica; ZIBIK Evgeny; LICHTENSTEIN Norbert, et al
2009Recent Status of Thin Film Photovoltaic Systems and the Prospect for Thin Film Photovoltaic Modules in the European MarketJAEGER-WALDAU Arnulf
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