Link to Nuclear Energy, Fuel Cycle and Radiactive Waste Management


IAEA International Atomic Energy Agency

United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation

WNA World Nuclear Association

WANO World Association of Nuclear Operators

International Commission on Radiological Protection

WNU World Nuclear University

OECD Nuclear Energy Agency

WNTI World Nuclear Transport Institute

原子力規制委員会- in Japanese

原子力百科辞典 ATOMICA - in Japanese

原子力委員会 - in Japanese !

放射線影響協会 - in Japanese

The Radiation Effects Research Foundation

The Japan Health Physics Society (JHPS)

Japan Society of Maintenology

Japan Nuclear Technology Institute

Atomic Energy Society of Japan

Science Council of Japan

Japan Atomic Industrial Forum, Inc.

MEXT Japan Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology

JAEA Japan Atomic Energy Agency

MLIT Japan Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism

Atomic Energy Association - In Japanese Only

The Japan Electrical Manufacturers' Association

NUMO Nuclear Waste Management Organization of Japan

JANSI Japan Nuclear Safety Institute

IRID(International Research Institute for Nuclear Decommissioning)

NDF (The Nuclear Damage Compensation Facilitation Corporation)

ImPACT (the Impulsing Paradigm Change through Disruptive Technologies Program )

Chernobyl Accident 1986 by WNA

RIKEN Nishina Center for Accelerator-Based Science

Analysis of TMI Unit 2 Accident by EPRI NSAC (60MB)

Fukushima Nuclear Accident Archive

FEPC Federation of Electric Power Companies Japan

JNFL Japan Nuclear Fuel Limited

Hokkaido Electric Power Company, Incorporated

Tohoku Electric Power Company, Incorporated

The Tokyo Electric Power Company, Incorporated

Hokuriku Electric Power Co., Inc.

Chubu Electric Power Company, Inc.

The Kansai Electric Power Company, Inc.

The Chugoku Electric Power Company, Inc.

Shikoku Electric Power Company, Incorporated

Kyushu Electric Power Company, Inc.

The Japan Atomic Power Company, Inc.

J Power Electric Power Development Co., Ltd.

CRIEPI Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry of Japan

INSS Institute of Nuclear Safety System, Incorporated

NFT Nuclear Fuel Transport Co., Ltd.

OCL Corporation

Nuclear Engineering Limited

CNFC (Council for Nuclear Fuel Cycle)

ANFURD Academic Network contributing to Fukushima Reconstruction and Reactor Decommissioning

China National Nuclear Corporation

KHNP Korea

Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd.

Taiwan Atomic Energy Council

Nuclear Energy Institute WWW Site

American Nuclear Society

Nuclear Energy Agency

Europian Nuclear Society

ORANO Group France

Sellafield Ltd (UK)

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI)

TOSHIBA Energy Systems and Solutions

Hitachi-GE Nuclear Energy Ltd. (HGNE)

The Japan Steel Works, LTD.




Global Nuclear Fuel-Japan Co., Ltd. (GNF-J)

Nuclear Fuel Industries (NFI)

NucNet The World's Nuclear News Agency

International Atomic Energy Agency

Minerals Council of Australia


The Ux Consulting Company, LLC (UxC)


J-PARC (Japan Proton Accelerator Research Complex)


原子力国民会議 -in Japanese

NPOニュークリア・サロン -in Japanese


atom  Tokyo International Forum on “Energy Security and Environment: The Role of Nuclear Power July 8, 2002 (in Japanese)


Link to NRC, DOE and US National Laboratory

Nuclear Regulatory Commission

Department of Energy

Argonne National Laboratory

      Integral Fast Reactor (IFR at ANL)

The Integral Fast Reactor (IFR) is a revolutionary reactor design concept developed at Argonne National Laboratory. The IFR is a reactor fueled by metal alloy and cooled by liquid sodium. On April 3, 1986, two tests demonstrated the inherent safety of the IFR concept. These tests simulated accidents involving loss of coolant flow. Even with its normal shutdown devices disabled, the reactor shut itself down safely without overheating anywhere in the system.

Brookhaven National Laboratory

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

the Idaho National Laboratory (INL)

       Fast Neutron Reactor in History EBR-1 (INL)

On December 20, 1951, Experimental Breeder Reactor-I (EBR-I) at what is today Idaho National Laboratory became the first reactor to produce a useable amount of electricity using atomic energy. This video describes how the reactor was developed through interviews with the original researchers. (INL)

Lawrence Berkley Laboratory

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Sandia National Laboratories

nuclear technology

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