Atomic Energy Authority


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Atomic Energy Authority

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in Britain) a government body established in 1954 to control research and development in atomic energy. Abbreviation: AEA
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The announcement noted that Steven Cowley is a theoretical physicist who has been CEO of the UK Atomic Energy Authority since 2009.
Director General of Sudan's Atomic Energy Authority Mohammad Ahmad
While answering a question regarding Iran nuclear initiatives, he said that while all including Iran should adhere to the UN sponsored IAEA (International Atomic Energy Authority) regulations, nevertheless Iran and rest of countries had full rights to utilize the source for peaceful initiatives.
Earlier this month, sources from the Egyptian Atomic Energy Authority (EAEA) were quoted by Al-Masry Al-Youm as saying that President Hosni Mubarak was leaning towards choosing Dabba, but that a coterie of businessmen from the policies committee of the NDP were trying to prevent it.
Damascus, (SANA)-The Syrian researchers Walid Fares and Mohammad Kheir Abdul Wahed who work at the Atomic Energy Authority won Abdus Salam prize for young researchers.
The United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority stated that it has agreed to sell 100 percent of its UKAEA Limited, a commercial unit, to Babcock International Group ( Babcock) ( LSE: BAB), a company the provides support services to United Kingdom armed forces and other non-military customers.
The Presidint of Egyptian Atomic Energy Authority Dr.
A BIG slice of the country's nuclear expertise has been put up for sale after UK Atomic Energy Authority called on would-be buyers for its commercial arm.
A major slice of the country's nuclear expertise was put up for sale yesterday after UK Atomic Energy Authority called on would-be buyers for its commercial arm.
He began his career as a UK Atomic Energy Authority apprentice and before joining Morgan Est he was strategy relations director for AMEC's nuclear business.
The study by John Garland, formerly of the UK Atomic Energy Authority, and Professor Richard Wakeford of Manchester University looked at rates of cancer across northern Europe.
The United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority yesterday admitted breaches of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 at Wick Sheriff Court.

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