About ENS

ENS is a Learned Society that brings nuclear societies and professionals in Europe together, allowing them to exchange knowledge and experience about nuclear science and technology. ENS promotes the development of nuclear science and technology and the understanding of peaceful nuclear applications. Founded in 1975, ENS is the largest society for nuclear science, research and industry in Europe.

The Society’s membership includes national nuclear societies from 22 countries in Europe plus Israel. Another crucial component of that membership are its Corporate Members, representing key stakeholders which are partners for nuclear technology and research in Europe.

A communications and networking platform

ENS connects its members with the principle aim of fostering and coordinating their activities on an international level. In relation to this, the society encourages the networking of scientists and engineers between different countries and organises meetings devoted to scientific and technical matters and to the communication on nuclear applications.

A network of people

ENS comprises more than 12,000 professionals from the academic world, research centres, industry and authorities: people who voluntary commit themselves to generate ideas and to take up responsibilities, who have the enthusiasm to get things done and the curiosity to learn from colleagues and from people outside the network

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