Last Updated: June 10, 2014
Other Name: Business Association for Research, Development, and Peaceful Use of Nuclear Energy
Location: Belgrade
Subordinate To: N/A
Size: Composed of eight of Yugoslavia's scientific and nuclear research institutes
Facility Status: N/A

NUKLIN was formed in January 1981 by eight members: Vinca Institute of Nuclear Science, the Rudjer Boskovic Institute, the Jozef Stefan Institute, the Institute for Nuclear and Other Mineral Raw Materials Technology (Belgrade), Geoinsitute of Belgrade, Energoinvest S Iten Heat Engineering and Nuclear Technology Institute (Sarajevo, Rade Koncar S Electrical Engineering Institute of Zagreb, and the Golosko Zavd of Ljubljana. NUKLIN's main function appears to be nuclear industry coordination and promotion. Predrag Anastasijevic, who is a member of one of the subcommittees of the Federal Commission for Nuclear Energy of the Federal Executive Council, is the director of NUKLIN. NUKLIN has been involved in feasibility studies and planning for research and development and technology of the nuclear fuel cycle, particularly, for the front end of the cycle.

Source:
[1] Nada Stanic, "Yugoslavia Ponders Fuel Cycle Development; Blueprint Expected Some Time Next Year," Nuclear Fuel, Vol. 8, No. 23, November 7, 1983, via Lexis-Nexis.
[2] Nada Stanic, "Yugoslavs Look at Extensive Fuel Cycle R&D Program," Nuclear Fuel, Vol. 9, No. 13, June 18, 1984, via Lexis-Nexis.

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