BNEN – The Belgian Nuclear higher Education Network. Your way to the European master of nuclear engineering.

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BNEN – The Belgian Nuclear higher Education Network. Your way to the European master of nuclear engineering. / Moons, Frans; Verboomen, Bernard (Peer reviewer).

Proceedings of the 12th Int Conf on Emerging Nuclear Energy Systems, August 21-26, 2005. Brussels, Belgium, 2006.

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Moons, F & Verboomen, B 2006, BNEN – The Belgian Nuclear higher Education Network. Your way to the European master of nuclear engineering. in Proceedings of the 12th Int Conf on Emerging Nuclear Energy Systems, August 21-26, 2005. Brussels, Belgium, ICENES 2005 - 12th International Conferences on Emerging Nuclear Energy Systems, Brussels, Belgium, 2005-08-22.

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Moons, F., & Verboomen, B. (2006). BNEN – The Belgian Nuclear higher Education Network. Your way to the European master of nuclear engineering. In Proceedings of the 12th Int Conf on Emerging Nuclear Energy Systems, August 21-26, 2005

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Moons F, Verboomen B. BNEN – The Belgian Nuclear higher Education Network. Your way to the European master of nuclear engineering. In Proceedings of the 12th Int Conf on Emerging Nuclear Energy Systems, August 21-26, 2005. Brussels, Belgium. 2006

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Moons, Frans ; Verboomen, Bernard. / BNEN – The Belgian Nuclear higher Education Network. Your way to the European master of nuclear engineering. Proceedings of the 12th Int Conf on Emerging Nuclear Energy Systems, August 21-26, 2005. Brussels, Belgium, 2006.

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