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Monday, 04 April 2016 11:37

American Nuclear Society Scholarships

The American Nuclear Society (ANS) plays an important role in helping students complete their post-high school education and prepare for careers in nuclear science and technology (NS&T). Among the programs available is the long list of ANS Scholarships for those looking for funding opportunities.

More than 20 scholarships named after pioneers and leaders in NS&T and other general scholarships are awarded each year to students with outstanding academic credentials. Special scholarships are available to students who have significant economic needs in order to pursue degrees in NS&T. In addition to the scholarships for students entering their sophomore year and higher in college, ANS also provides scholarships to incoming freshmen.

Since it was established in 1954, ANS's core purpose is to promote the awareness and understanding of NS&T. What better way than to support the development and education of those who will research and implement the future applications of nuclear science and technology. ANS members can make a gift to ANS Scholarships by filling out the scholarship donation form.

Monday, 04 April 2016 11:23

NSNS e-Learning Opportunity

These online training courses are provided by the Division of Nuclear Security to assist States in applying IAEA nuclear security recommendations and guidance. They are based on IAEA nuclear security guidance, and provide an introduction to the basic principles of nuclear security for personnel of nuclear facilities and interested members of the public. It is to support capacity building and knowledge transfer in the nuclear industry, by providing e-learning material but also know how on implementing such solutions in Member States.

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WORLD NUCLEAR FUEL CYCLE 2016 will provide a top-level international forum for senior industry leaders to discuss the issues affecting the commercial nuclear fuel cycle today, with a focus on enhancing the economic competitiveness of the nuclear fuel cycle and nuclear energy. 

The annual World Nuclear Fuel Cycle (WNFC) conference connects companies with cutting-edge information and emerging trends which affect the nuclear industry. Leading industry experts will provide information and insights that will help you and your company navigate successfully through the complex and changing fuel marketplace. WNFC also provides many opportunities to network with high-level industry executives and features a technical visit to Barakah Nuclear Power Station.

Who will benefit most from attending?

• utility fuel managers

• utility executives who manage production economics and risks

• uranium producers, converters, enrichers and fabricators

• nuclear fuel brokers, traders and consultants

• transporters of nuclear materials

• nuclear energy equipment and services suppliers

• energy economists and analysts for financial, and investment institutions

• government policymakers and regulators.

Thursday, 11 February 2016 10:55

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Thursday, 11 February 2016 10:21

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Wednesday, 10 February 2016 13:04

Who We Are

THINK TANK in FOCUS is a non-profit, non-partisan organization, which serves as a melting pot for research in International Security and Development. It provides access to relevant research on International Security & Development topics, issues, processes, projects and programs by Actors, Academics, Practitioners, Policy Makers and Governments enabling a larger audience to actively engage and benefit in global discuss through advocacy and journalism. 

 

Our Objective

Is to provide relevant research dedicated to impactful and sustainable growth, development and security in our global village.

Our Goal

Is to empower Actors, Practitioners, Policymakers and Governments with sustainable and impactful solutions through relevant research and advocacy while connecting the missing dots of Globalization to International Security and Development with a secure and effective platform. 

What We Believe

We believe International security is an interconnected field of study that is most relevant in the 21st Century to the continuum existence of the Human Race. Therefore the collective responsibility and togetherness of all parts explains and implicates the intricate roles of all Actors, Associations, Parties, and Organizations for stakeholder purposes.

Think Tank in Focus reviews papers and presentations made and UN Security Council Meetings

Addis Ababa 8 February 2016 - The African Union Commission (AUC) and the Government of New Zealand have published the third edition of the African Union Handbook 2016 - a comprehensive and up-to-date guide to the African Union system.

Copies of the handbook were distributed to Heads of State and Foreign Ministers at the opening of the January Summit at the AU Headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

This year’s edition is published in both English and French. For the second year running the Government of Cameroon has provided support for the French edition.

Modelled on the United Nations Handbook, a publication that has been produced by the New Zealand Government for over 50 years, the African Union Handbook is reference guide for people working in all parts of the African Union system as well as the African Union’s many partners and wider civil society.

The African Union Handbook 2016 is available in the Directorate of Information and Communications of the AU Commission; and a PDF version can be downloaded from the African Union website: www.au.int and the website of the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade www.mfat.govt.nz.