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Yukiya Amano, Director General of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) visits Sri Lanka.

IAEA is an independent intergovernmental, science and technology based organization established in 1957 in the        United Nations family that serves as the global focal point for nuclear cooperation and assists its Member States, in    the context of social and economic goals, in planning for and using nuclear science and technology for various  peaceful purposes, including the generation of electricity, and facilitates the transfer of such technology and  knowledge in a sustainable manner to developing Member States.Yukiya Amano, Director General of International    Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) visits Sri Lanka on 14 March 2018 for a one day official visit on an invitation extended  by Government of Sri Lanka.

Sri Lanka is a founding Member State of IAEA since 1957 and it receives technical assistance through the IAEA Technical Cooperation programme in order to develop nuclear science and technology in the country.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 March 2018 13:03 Read more...
 

IAEA Expert mission to develop strategies for finding clean water for CKDu (Chronic Kidney Disease of unknown etiology) affected zones in Sri Lanka

201702071221150Isotope Hydrology Section of the SLAEB has also carried out studies in the CKDu affected The IAEA expert Dr. Hamid Marah from Morocco visited SLAEB during 6th - 10th February 2017 under IAEA/RCA project; RAS/7/030. The objective of the expert mission is to design research methodology using isotope and hydro-geochemical techniques for groundwater assessment in the dry zone of Sri Lanka.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 June 2017 11:07 Read more...
 

Newly appointed Director General of SLAEB

Mr. Vajira Ariyaratna WADUGE has been appointed as the Director-General of the Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Board (SLAEB) since February 2017.

Mr. Waduge, graduated from the University of Peradeniya majoring Chemistry and then obtained his Master Degree in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Colombo. He has also been awarded with one year Fellowship at the European Joint Research Centre (JRC/Euroatom), in Italy, another year at the Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute (JAERI), in Japan, three months Fellowship in Analytical Chemistry at the Faculty of Physics and Nuclear Techniques of University of Krakow, Poland, and three months fellowship at the Seibursdorf laboratories of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Vienna, Austria. Additionally, he gained technical knowledge & research experience on the use of Nuclear Science and Technology through the participation in training courses and workshops organized by IAEA.

Last Updated on Thursday, 09 March 2017 13:57 Read more...
 

Expert Mission to Establish Beta Spectrometric Technique in Sri Lanka

work group One of the major tasks of Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Board (SLAEB) is to establish nuclear analytical procedures needed for Socio – economic development of Sri Lanka.
The Life Sciences Division (LSD) of SLAEB has already established series of analytical procedures accredited as per ISO 17025 standards. These procedures are being used to fulfill regulatory requirement in the country. Especially it is needed to control the radioactive Cs-137 and Sr-90 levels in milk and other food items as per the Gazettes notification L.D-B. 36/ 21st July 1995
Although LSD has the capability and capacity to analysis Cs-137 it was necessary to establish analytical procedure for Sr-90 in milk as there was no laboratory in Sri Lanka for obtaining this service. It has now been able to establish Sr -90 analysis in milk food. Analysis by Beta spectroscopy with the technical support received nuclear the IAEA national project IAEA/SRL / 0011 titled “Upgrading Nuclear Analytical Capabilities of the SLAEB.”

Last Updated on Thursday, 09 February 2017 09:21 Read more...
 

Digital Geiger- Muller Counter Kit

"RADI-Count is an educational purpose nuclear instrument, designed and developed by the Nuclear Instrumentation Laboratory of Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Board. It is a complete demonstration kit that can be used for a number of nuclear physics experiments in undergraduate and advance level physics syllabi." 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 October 2016 15:12
 


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