Nagra (National Cooperative for the Disposal of Radioactive Waste) is the Swiss technical competence centre in the field of deep geological disposal of radioactive waste.

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Annual general meeting of Nagra: Extended management team already well established


At today’s annual general meeting of Nagra, Corina Eichenberger, President of the Board of Directors, summarised the year: “Forward-looking decisions have been made.”

On the trail of radionuclides using a NASA probe


Research in the Mont Terri Rock Laboratory on safe disposal of radioactive waste.

Everything revolves around long-term safety


Nagra’s fourth annual media conference took place on 6th April in Villa Boveri in Baden.

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Short film "On the trail of radionuclides using a NASA probe"

Nagra has been carrying out diffusion experiments for 20 years in order to better understand the migration of radionuclides in the Opalinus Clay. A new aspect of the measurements is the use of an X-ray fluorescence probe based on the design of a probe developed for NASA's Mars subsurface exploration program.

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