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|Title:||The HFR: A Key Research Reactor for Europe|
|Citation:||INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR NUCLEAR POWER vol. 2 no. atw 50. Jg p. 113-115|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||A seminar was held in December 2004 at the JRC Petten, entitled: "The HFR: a key research reactor for Europe". The HFR, the High Flux Reactor, is one of the most powerful, multi-purpose, research reactors in its field, currently producing over 50% of the European production of radio-isotopes. The seminar was organised for, amongst others, member of the European Commission's Joint Working Party on Research and Atomic Questions, as well as for representatives from the Dutch Ministries of Economic Affairs and the Environment. A number of speakers, specialists in their area of expertise, were invited to present important topics on nuclear research, with a view to emphasising the importance of the HFR for the European research and radio-isotope production needs of the future.|
|JRC Institute:||Energy, Transport and Climate|
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