For teaching material from specific courses that have been held, please see the Training Courses page.
NucWik was created as part of the CINCH EU-project which is an educational and training project funded by the 7th Framework Program (FP7) of the European Commission (Euratom) for evaluating and planing radiochemistry teaching in Europe. It is primarily aimed at Nuclear Chemistry teaching at Universities. For aims and objectives and general information on CINCH, use the following link: https://moodle.cinch-project.eu/
The IAEA have created an interactive e-learning series explaining the IAEA’s Milestones Approach to introducing a nuclear power programme. This approach is based on three phases and covers the 19 infrastructure issues that need to be addressed, and brings decades of expertise to life. Both newcomers and those expanding their nuclear power programmes may benefit from the e-learning series.
'DEBTox' is a modelling approach that analyses how the Dynamic Energy Budget of organisms is altered when they are exposed to contaminants. STAR's Elke Zimmer explains what it is and why it makes sense? For further details please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Radioactive substances in the environment almost always occur together with other types of contaminants, such as metals or organic contaminants. One of the main research topics of STAR has been to study if the effects of radioactives are increased or decreased in the presence of other contaminants; a huge task! This film explains the approaches that are being used in STAR. For further details please contact: email@example.com
Biotic Ligand Modelling is a tool to assess the bioavailability of metals to aquatic organisms. The STAR project has been using it to investigate bioavailability of radionuclides. Steve Lofts from CEH, UK, explains more. For further details please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org