Nuclear Olympiad 2019

The WNU Nuclear Olympiad 2019 consists of three stages and a final. Stage 1 challenged entrants to submit a video about any aspect of radiation technologies. In total, we received 21 videos, which can be seen below. Stage 2 was an oral interview to test knowledge of radiation technologies, commuication skills, and motivation. Stage 3 consisted of a report on the results of a public survey, conducted by the entrants. 

Read the WNU Nuclear Olympiad 2019 Terms and Conditions.

Access the biographies of the international expert judges for Stage 1 and Stage 3 here.

We are currently currently preparing for the WNU Nuclear Olympiad 2019 Final at the IAEA Headquarters during the International Symposium on Trends in Radiopharmaceuticals (ISTR-2019). The three finalists will travel to Vienna, Austria, with their professors to network and make an oral presentation at ISTR-2019. The Winner of the WNU Nuclear Olympiad 2019 will be granted the travel, accommodation, and free participation in the WNU Short Course: "The World Nuclear Industry Today"

WNU Nuclear Olympiad 2019 Videos 

Have a look at the WNU Nuclear Olympiad 2019 playlist.

A - Nuclear technology for state of the art medicine
B - Food for All using Gamma Irradiation
C - Applications of Radio Isotopes in Medical diagnosis
D - The Nuclear Applications In Indonesia's Agriculture
E - A Cosmic View on Radiation
F - Reaching A Bright Future
G - Gamma Irradiation and its applications
H - The key to growth is the introduction of higher dimensions of consciousness into our awareness
I - Go Green with Nuclear
J - Uses of Radiation in Our Lives! 
K - Radiation For Better Life
L - Radiation for food security
M - Nuclear technology applied in seawater desalination
N - PET-CT Scan
O - The era of space reactors is coming 
P - Powerful power source for deep space exploration: RTG 
Q - Dividing Atoms and Opinions 
R - The Power of Radiation
S - Food Irradiation and Radiation in Healthcare impacting Human Lives
T - Application of Neutron Activation Analysis in the assessment of atmospheric Pollution