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Nuclear Engineering: Get Started

Topics covered include the nuclear fuel life cycle, fuel exploration and processing, nuclear power, fuel recycling, storage and waste remediation, radiation detection, and policy issues.

In This Guide

This research guide will get you started with data and information resources for learning and research in nuclear engineering, especially those collected and subscribed by the Arthur Lakes Library at Mines. If you have further questions, please contact our librarians using the Library Contact information below. Use the tabs above to navigate through the guide.

The School of Mines program in Nuclear Science and Engineering emphasizes the nuclear fuel life cycle. Subtopics include fuel exploration and processing, nuclear power systems production, design and operation, fuel recycling, storage and waste remediation, radiation detection and radiation damage as well as the policy issues surrounding each of these activities.

If you are off-campus and have difficulties with accessing our resources, please see the Off Campus Access guide page for help. 

Core Electronic Resources

IAEA INIS logoInternational Nuclear Information System (INIS) - The International Nuclear Information System (INIS) hosts one of the world's largest collections of published information on the peaceful uses of nuclear science and technology. The INIS Repository contains over 3.3 million bibliographic references and full-text documents of conventional and non-conventional literature, including scientific and technical reports, conference proceedings, patents and theses. It also maintains a collection of full text documents that would be difficult to obtain elsewhere

Other Electronic Resources

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