Over its 25 years of existence, the working party has contributed many topics and has led advances in criticality safety studies.
The Multinational Design Evaluation Programme (MDEP) continues under a new organisational structure after the second Management Board meeting.
The new project assembled global experts at the NEA.
The NEA Nuclear Law Committee and the Contracting Parties to the Paris Convention held their meetings to discuss key issues and future work in the field of nuclear law.
The Expert Group on Small and Modular Reactors (EGSMR) continues to make progress with its forthcoming report
The WPLANS met in person and online on 27-28 June 2022 to exchange on national developments related to the legal aspects of nuclear safety.
NEA Task Group on Improving the Gender Balance in the Nuclear Sector met to make progress on a forthcoming report on gender balance in the nuclear sector.
The EGFSF will work on harmonising post-accident food safety management approaches to build and maintain producer and retailer’s accountability and consumer trust.
The NEA Data Bank's first in-person course since the pandemic started was on FISPACT, an enhanced multi-physics platform for neutron, proton, alpha, deuteron or gamma particle interactions.
To learn how to handle NaK, a group of experts at the Research Centre Rez (CVR) in the Czech Republic travelled to Cadarache in France to learn from experts at the Commissariat for Atomic Energy and ...