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American Chemical Society Division of Nuclear Chemistry – http://spinner.cofc.edu/~nuclear/
The division is concerned with a broad range of areas from fundamental studies of nuclei and the chemical properties of radioactive elements to practical applications of radioactivity and nuclear technology. Additionally, it is concerned with matters of special significance that range from the training of future nuclear and radiochemists to issues such as environmental pollution and radioactive waste disposal. The use of radioactivity and nuclear techniques has expanded greatly over the last several decades in all branches of science, so the interests of the division membership cover a broad spectrum of scientific and technical areas within the ACS.
American Nuclear Society ? http://www.new.ans.org
This organization exists to promote international nuclear science research and education. It is an attempt to bridge the disconnect between the various sub-disciplines within the nuclear science community. By fostering a communication within the nuclear science community they hope to increase the number of practical applications of nuclear science and technology. It consists of over 11,000 individuals and 1,600 institutions and corporations involved in the nuclear sciences.
APS Division of Nuclear Physics ? http://dnp.nscl.msu.edu/?
The Division of Nuclear Physics (DNP) is comprised of scientists and educators who study fundamental problems related to the nature of matter. Nuclear scientists probe the properties of nuclei and nuclear matter and the interactions of their ultimate constituents ? quarks and gluons. They also address interdisciplinary questions: the basis of fundamental symmetries in nature, the first moments of the universe, the origin of the elements, education, and the application of nuclei and nuclear techniques to meet societal needs including medical diagnoses and treatment, energy, advanced materials, and Homeland Security. DNP interests have significant overlap with other APS Divisions, Topical Groups and Forums.
The Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organization ? http://www.ansto.gov.au/
This Australian organization promotes dismantling and cleanup of old nuclear sites, and research in all branches of nuclear science.
Canadian Nuclear Association ? http://www.cna.ca/
The Canadian Nuclear Association is dedicated to researching and promoting clean energy.
The Egyptian Nuclear Physics Association ? http://www.physicsegypt.org/Enpa.html
Founded in 1997, the Egyptian Nuclear Physics Association ,a non governmental not-for-profit organization, is to offer scientific and cultural services in the field of Nuclear Physics and Related Activities, namely:
– to follow scientific progress in the field of nuclear physics and related activities, and to enhance the national knowledge in this field.
Institute of Particle Physics ? http://www.iop.org/
This organization has three groups and divisions relevant to nuclear and particle science; Nuclear and Particle Physics Division, High Energy Physics Group, and The Particle Accelerators and Beams Group.?
Japan Society of Nuclear and Radiochemical Sciences? http://www.radiochem.org
The scope of the society covers not only nuclear and radiochemistry but also many related fields, such as analytical chemistry, radiation chemistry, geochemistry, health physics, environmental science, material science, accelerator science, radiation biology, radiopharmacy, and education concerning radiation and radioactivity.
Radiochemistry Society ? http://www.radiochemistry.org/
The Radiochemistry Society is a scientific and professional organization whose members specialize in both applied and fundamental radiochemistry, nuclear sciences and environmental concerns. The primary mission of the Radiochemistry Society is to support its members in their chosen specialty and to promote education and public outreach for the safe use, handling and benefits of radioisotopes in security, energy, agriculture, environment, food safety and medicine. This is accomplished through seminars, training, scholarships, meetings and exchange of scientific information.
World Nuclear Association ? http://www.world-nuclear.org/
The World Nuclear Association is the global private-sector organization that seeks to promote the peaceful worldwide use of nuclear power as a sustainable energy resource for the coming centuries. Specifically, the WNA is concerned with nuclear power generation and all aspects of the nuclear fuel cycle, including mining, conversion, enrichment, fuel fabrication, plant manufacture, transport, and the safe disposition of spent fuel.
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