The IAEA has launched a new Neutron Imaging E-Learning Course.
To help increase the use of research reactors, and to preserve the skills of an ageing workforce, the IAEA has launched a new e-learning course aimed at young specialists, technicians and analysts on neutron imaging, a non-destructive technique for analysing the structure of a sample, which is applied using a research reactor.
You can access the course here.
AT WCNR-11 in Sydney three deserved members of ISNR were awarded Honorary Membership for their outstanding contributions in the field of neutron radiology throughout her career. The nomination was evaluated and accepted by the Board at the Board Meeting in Beijing 2016.
The 11th World Conference on Neutron Radiography (September 2nd – 7th 2018)
ANSTO, the Australian organization for nuclear science and technology hosted that meeting of the experts in modern neutron imaging this year in “early spring” with temperatures between 15 and 20 °C. Although the destination was quite far from most places of the world, more than 120 participants made the trip to “down under”.