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The actinide series of radioactive chemical elements are the backbone of nuclear fission technologies for electricity supply, with important applications in other strategic fields, from water management to space exploration and human health.
The Fuels and Materials Research (FMR) laboratory provides the scientific basis for the objective assessment and modelling of the safety-related behaviour of nuclear materials, with emphasis on nuclear fuels, under normal and off-normal operating conditions.
The Large Geometry-Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (LG-SIMS) laboratory in Karlsruhe provides cutting-edge technology required for the environmental sample analysis for nuclear safeguards and non-proliferation.
The European Commission has initiated Centres of Excellence to manage chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear risks, including two in Africa.
The laboratory features state-of-the-art equipped facilities for analysing the performance, durability and safety of battery materials and cells.
The Food Safety & Compliance laboratory in Geel is the analytical facility supporting food and feed safety and compliance policies.
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