On October 28, 2019, as part of the program of a stay, UN representatives from Ireland visited the Museum of Semipalatinsk Test Site (STS). Guests familiarized themselves with the history of how the test site was set up and developed, features of nuclear tests conducted and the current radiological situation in the STS territory.
The branch “Institute of radiation Safety and Ecology”, National Nuclear Center RK performs its activities in medical and closed penitentiaries of the East-Kazakhstan, Pavlodar, Karaganda, North-Kazakhstan and Aktyubinsk regions to control operating parameters of X-ray (medical, inspection) equipment. Operating parameters of X-ray equipment are overseen on a contractual basis by visiting a work area and […]
As the spring ends, on the threshold of the beginning of fieldworks a specific attention is paid to preparation for the expeditions: the workscope is being determined, trips are planned and the equipment is being prepared. However, all this is hardly related to the laboratories for radionuclides analysis of the branch «Institute of Radiation Safety […]
On October 31, 2019 pupils of the 7th grade and teachers from Secondary School 3 of Kurchatov city visited the Museum of Semipalatinsk Test Site (STS). During the tour, pupils learnt a lot of interesting things about the history of their city. nuclear tests and consequences thereof, life ad activities of an outstanding experimental physicist […]
Between November 1 and 3, 2017 the branch “Institute of Radiation Safety and Ecology” RSE NNC RK arranged a workshop involving specialist from the Japan Atomic Energy Agency and the National Nuclear Center of the Republic of Kazakhstan on current radioecology problems. The first day of the workshop started with the meeting between Japanese delegation […]
As part of IAEA’s technical cooperation project KAZ9014 ‘Scientific and technical support of activities on the release of lands of the former Semipalatinsk Test Site (STS) to economic use’, the branch IRSE RSE NNC RK acquired a new analytical instrument ‘Pyrolyser-6 Trio’ in 2019. This equipment was specifically designed and tested to extract tritium and […]
Within the frame of the Forum for Nuclear Cooperation in Asia (FNCA) on the 3rd and the 4th of March of this year, an online meeting dedicated to researches of climatic changes using nuclear and isotopic methods was conducted. In addition to main reports related to the main subject «Nuclear isotopic technologies and climate changes» […]
The completion of 2019 was marked by the success of staff members of the team of biodosimetric and epidemiological research in IRSE under the guidance of Candidate of Mathematical Sciences Laura Kenzhina, who won the Grant ‘New biological and physical methods of sorting in radiological and nuclear emergencies’ as part of the NATO’s program ‘Science […]