Strategic agenda for EU wide nuclear education, training and knowledge management

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Strategic agenda for EU wide nuclear education, training and knowledge management. / Cizelj, Leon; Pesznyák, Csilla; Coeck, Michèle; Starflinger, Jörg; Lazaro, Pavel Gabriel; Wastin, Franck.

The Proceedings of the 30th International Conference Nuclear Energy for New Europe. 2021. ed. 2021. p. 1-9 1101.

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Cizelj, L, Pesznyák, C, Coeck, M, Starflinger, J, Lazaro, PG & Wastin, F 2021, Strategic agenda for EU wide nuclear education, training and knowledge management. in The Proceedings of the 30th International Conference Nuclear Energy for New Europe. 2021 edn, 1101, pp. 1-9, 2021 - NENE, Bled, Slovenia, 2021-09-06. <https://www.djs.si/nene2021/>

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Cizelj, L., Pesznyák, C., Coeck, M., Starflinger, J., Lazaro, P. G., & Wastin, F. (2021). Strategic agenda for EU wide nuclear education, training and knowledge management. In The Proceedings of the 30th International Conference Nuclear Energy for New Europe (2021 ed., pp. 1-9). [1101] https://www.djs.si/nene2021/

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Cizelj L, Pesznyák C, Coeck M, Starflinger J, Lazaro PG, Wastin F. Strategic agenda for EU wide nuclear education, training and knowledge management. In The Proceedings of the 30th International Conference Nuclear Energy for New Europe. 2021 ed. 2021. p. 1-9. 1101

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Cizelj, Leon ; Pesznyák, Csilla ; Coeck, Michèle ; Starflinger, Jörg ; Lazaro, Pavel Gabriel ; Wastin, Franck. / Strategic agenda for EU wide nuclear education, training and knowledge management. The Proceedings of the 30th International Conference Nuclear Energy for New Europe. 2021. ed. 2021. pp. 1-9

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