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RSIC at the World Nuclear University School

We are proud to share that the Institute will be represented by Jason Sadowski, Manager of the National Laboratories, at the 2014 School of Radiation Technology (RT).

Mr Sadowski, has been selected by the World Nuclear University (WNU) to participate in the 2014 School of Radiation Technology (RT) located in Doha, Qatar between March 7 and 21st as part of the limited number of scholarships offered by the RT Schools host, the Hamad Medical Corporation.

The WNU RT School is organized by the WNU Coordinating Centre in London and in association with leading institutes of nuclear learning. The RT School receives technical support from the International Atomic Energy Agency, and the World Council on Isotopes. Developed in consultation with an expert Advisory Committee, the RT School curriculum ranges across a wide spectrum of topics relevant to radiation technologies.  The RT School is open to 60 professionals from companies, governments, research institutes and regulatory authorities expected to play key roles in the field.

For more information visit http://www.world-nuclear-university.org/rtschool.aspx and http://www.world-nuclear-university.org/uploadedFiles/university/a_new_site/5Other_Courses/3rd_WNU_School_on_RT_A4_Ad_NEW.pdf

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