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11 July 2017

Conservation and Restoration of St. Martin’s Chapel in Stari Brod, Croatia

St. Martin’s Chapel in Stari Brod, near Sisak in Croatia is a rare example of traditional folk baroque wooden architecture with a completely painted interior. This chapel was recently re-consecrated and returned to liturgical function after restoration and renovation. Our member the Ruđer Bošković Institute (RBI) collaborated with the Croatian Conservation Institute for the disinfestation […]

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15 June 2017

IMRP 19 Program Committee Meeting

The IMRP 19 Program Committee is meeting in Strasbourg to develop the outline themes and structure for the next conference. The International Irradiation Association (iia) has appointed Yves Henon as Program Chair. Members of the Program Committee are: Yves Henon (iia – Program Chair) Bart Croonenborghs (Sterigenics) Philippe Dethier (IBA) Brian McEvoy (STERIS) Uwe Gohs […]

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2 June 2017

The International Conference on the IAEA Technical Cooperation Programme: Sixty Years and Beyond – Contributing to Development,

Several heads of state and government, ministers, senior representatives of international organisations and donors gathered at the International Atomic Energy Agency 30 May to 1 June in Vienna to review its efforts to help countries benefit from the peaceful uses of nuclear technology in key development areas such as food security, human health and energy. […]

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25 April 2017

Irradiation in India

Irradiation continues to make progress in India where about 20 gamma irradiators are now in operation. Seven of them are owned by various government organization, three being research and semi commercial facilities. Most irradiators have a design capacity between 0.5 and 1 MCi capacity. Among the five facilities dedicated to low and medium dose food […]

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23 March 2017

iia Newsletter

Our latest newsletter has just been released. If you did not receive a copy please sign up to receive future newsletters. The current newsletter can be accessed via this link: iia newsletter

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7 March 2017

Eb irradiation of wastewater in China

Photo: Nuclear and Energy Technology Institute, Tsinghua University, Beijing.  Electron beam technology is used to clean industrial wastewater at a textile dyeing facility in Jinhua city, 300 kilometers south of Shanghai. This project is one of the first to exploit the opportunity to use irradiation to treat the pollutants in wastewater. Follow the link to […]

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13 February 2017

IMRP – Book of Abstracts

Electronic versions of the Book of Abstracts and Detailed Program are available for IMRP attendees and iia members. These will be added to the Resource section in the members area of the iia website and will be available on the website. Click here: Book of Abstracts Click here: Detailed Program The IMRP special edition of the […]

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19 October 2015

Industrial and Envionmental Applications of Electron Beams

The publication: “Industrial and Environmental Applications of Electron Beams” ISBN 978-83-933935-7-2 is part of the EuCard2 initiative part funded by the European Commission and produced for EuCard by the Institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology in Poland. The Editor was Dagmara Chmielewska-Smietanko and the Technical Editor was Ewa Godlewska-Para. The publication consists of 9 chapters: […]

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20 August 2015

Report on the “Workshop on Energy and Environmental Applications of Accelerators” 23 – 26 June, Argonne – USA, 2015.

Workshop on Energy and Environmental Applications of Accelerators 23-26 June 2015, Argonne, Illinois, USA Workshop on Energy and Environmental Applications of Accelerators took place on June 23 – 26, 2015 at Argonne National Laboratory in Argonne, Illinois. This workshop was supported by the Office of High Energy Physics, Office of Science, U.S. Department of Energy […]

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10 June 2008

Radiation Processing Facilities: An Environmentally Friendly Option

2007 October 3 | presented by Ruth Brinston at an IAEA Technical Committee meeting on “Radiation Control of Biohazardous Contaminants”,1 – 5 October 2007, IAEA Headquarters, Vienna, AUSTRIA Abstract Radiation-processing facilities deliver enormous benefits to society. That these facilities are environmentally friendly or “clean and green” may be one of the best-kept secrets. Over 170 […]

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