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10th International Conference on Nuclear and Radiochemistry– NRC10

The Radiochemistry Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry will host another high quality scientific programme giving an excellent overview of the state of the art of modern nuclear and radiochemistry. All aspects of the field will be covered: from nuclear fuel cycle to radiopharmaceutical chemistry, from environmental radioactivity to transactinide chemistry etc.

  • Actinide chemistry
  • Chemistry of the nuclear fuel cycle
  • Environmental Radioactivity
  • Nuclear and Radiochemistry Education and Training
  • Production of radionuclides
  • Radiation chemistry
  • Radioanalytical chemistry
  • Radionuclide speciation
  • Radiopharmaceutical chemistry
  • Transactinide chemistry

Previous conferences in this series have been held every four years since 1984 in Lindau (Germany), Brighton (UK), Vienna (Austria), Saint Malo (France), Pontresina (Switzerland), Aachen (Germany), Budapest (Hungary), Como (Italy) and Helsinki (Finland).

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RSC members and students are eligible for discounted tickets. See the Royal Society of Chemistry website for more details.

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Nuclear consortium wins Royal Society of Chemistry award

The DISTINCTIVE consortium, focused on nuclear decommissioning and waste management, has won a Royal Society for Chemistry award for industry-academia collaboration. This EPSRC-funded consortium, led by the University of Leeds, was set up to deliver research that addressed challenges associated with the continuing safe storage and disposal of radioactive legacy nuclear waste. The University of […]

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