Kenyan Nuclear Students To Get A Boost on their Program

(Last Updated On: March 8, 2018)

This comes after an agreement signed in Austria that would help students from Kenya, Tanzania and South Africa to study a live nuclear reactor.

International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) noted that there are only nine reactors in Africa which are very important for studying the volatile workings of nuclear agency.

The students from these countries will get a chance to access online facilities to research about the reactors that is based in Morocco..

The agreement is deemed to help enhance the cooperation among African developing countries in nuclear education.

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