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Atomic Energy Council

The Atomic Energy Research Institute was established in 1991 as one of the research institutes of the National Centre for Research.
The National Atomic Energy Board on the other hand remained under the supervision of the Minister of Higher Education, and designated coordination of the technical aid granted by the Atomic Energy Agency for augmenting atomic technology in the Sudan.
The Sudanese National Assembly issued the Sudanese Atomic Energy Corporation Act in January 1996, and in 2001, the Corporation was affiliated to the Ministry of Science and Technology. The Corporation is a member of the Federal Union of the Sudan Academy of Sciences, and implements the postgraduate programs in atomic energy, approved by SAS.

 

 

Objectives

  • Transfer, encourage, develop and apply atomic science and technology in various relevant research aspects; (e.g. agriculture, food, livestock, human health, water, energy, radiation protection, maintenance of industry equipment, the environment and development of human resources).
  • Serving development purposes through facing the challenges of sustainable development and linking between effectiveness and efficiency.
  •  Attracting the support of regional and international establishments related to the area of specialization.
  • Qualification and training of human personnel through the atomic energy research programs.
  •   Obtaining laboratory equipments for building the required infra- structures, for transfer of atomic technology and its utilization in peaceful applications.
  • Programs Available by Research:

  • Radiation Physics
  • Biochemistry

  • Nuclear Chemistry   
  •  Analytical  Chemistry
  • Radiation Chemistry
  • Nuclear Medicine Technology 
  • Medical Physics
  • Nuclear Physics
  • Programs Available by Courses:

     

  • Medical physics
  • Nuclear Science & Technology
  • Radiation and Environmental Protection
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