EAEA Landmarks

1955

Establishment of the Atomic Energy Commission.

1957

Decree of the president of the United Arab Republic No. 288 of 1957 Establishing the Organization of Nuclear Energy.

1961

Commissioning the 1st Research Reactor ET-RR-1.

1962

Commissioning the Radioisotopes Production Laboratory.

1972

Establishment of the National Center for Radiation Research and Technology.

1980

Establishment of the Hot Laboratories and Waste Management Center.

1981

Commissioning the Mega Gamma-1 Irradiator Facility "Cobalt-60".

1982

Establishment of the National Centre for Nuclear Safety and Radiation Control that was separated in 2011 to form the Nuclear and Radiological Regulatory Authority.

1991

Decree of the president, of the Arab Republic of Egypt No. 49 of 1991 Establishing the Organization of Atomic Energy Authority.

1992

Commissioning of the National Network for Radiation Monitoring.

1994

Commissioning the Low and Intermediate Liquid Waste Facility and Cementation Plant.

1997

Commissioning of the Second Research Reactor.

1998

Operation of Fuel Manufacture Laboratory Attached to ETRR-2.

1998

Commissioning of the Electron Accelerator.

1998

Establishment of the Central Laboratory for Elemental and Isotopic Analysis.

2000

Commissioning the Cyclotron Accelerator.

2003

Safe Operations of ETRR-2 at its Maximum Power (22 MW).

2003

Implementing the Integrated Management Project for Radiation Sealed Sources (IMPRSS) Phase 1.

2005

Upgrading of the Information Center.

2005

Establishment of the Radiotherapy Unit in Nasr City.

2012

Developing the emergency plan in the Hot Laboratories and Waste Management Centre.

2012

Implementing the Integrated Management Project for Radiation Sealed Sources (IMPRSS) Phase 2.

2012

Upgrading the Radioactive Waste Incinerator

2012

Commissioning of the I-125, Ir-192, and Mo-99 Production Cells as a Part of the Radioisotopes Production Facility Attached to the Second Research Reactor.