European study on applications of nuclear and radiation technology

12 February 2019

On behalf of the European Union, research was carried out into the contribution that nuclear and radiation technology can make to the health of European citizens, the European economy, competitiveness, employment and growth in the EU.

The report provides up-to-date information on the non-energetic applications of nuclear and radiation technologies in the EU with a view to identifying their main social benefits and development perspectives.

The report discusses, among other things, PALLAS. Discussed is the current supply situation in Europe:

A supply situation without a new dedicated research reactor in Europe – PALLAS being the most likely candidate – would not lead to European self-sufficiency and could create shortages at the global scale.

The full report is available by clicking this link.