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Recently, the Secretary  General, Office of atoms for Peace (OAP) visited to the Radionuclide Station (RN65) at Kasetsart University, Kampaengsaen Campus, Nakornpathom province, Thailand in order to verify the readiness of the station for the effectiveness of monitoring system for detecting the Nuclear-Testing around the world. 

Dr. Atchara  Wongseangchan, Secretary  General, Office of Atoms for Peace (OAP) said Thailand had signed The Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT) on 12 November 1996 with The Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO) with a common agreement to established the network for detecting the nuclear-testing, and to support global banning for all nuclear explosions.

The Radionuclide Station (RN65) is located at Kasetsart University, Kampaengsaen Campus in Nakornpathom province, Thailand. The station has been collecting air particulate and analyzing gamma – emitting radionuclide specially produced by the nuclear testing. All equipment accelerator and systems installed at the station are in testing phase to ensure consistent performance of the station prior to the station certification. OAP by the secretary general, Dr. Atchara visited the RN65 station with the executive officials from Kasetsart University to follow up and discuss for the effective operation of the station, and also future technical cooperation between two organizations.   

          For more information please contact Bureau of Technical Support for Nuclear Safety Regulation at tel. 6625967600 ext. 2425

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