Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Moscow region, Russia
Address: Russia, 141980, Dubna, Moscow region, Joliot-Curie st., 6
Phone: +7 (49621) 65059
Fax: +7 (49621) 65891, +7 (49621) 65599
Number of persons: 676
Number of authors: 725
Number of publications: 987

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  • Abdelhafiz, H
  • Abgaryan, V S
  • Adamian, Gurgen Grigorievich
  • Afanasiev, S V
  • Agapov, N N
  • Airapetyan, R G
  • Akhmedov, Emil Tofik ogly
  • Akhunzyanov, R R
  • Akimenko, A P
  • Akishin, Pavel G
  • Akishina, Tat'yana Pavlovna
  • Akishina, V P
  • Aksenov, Viktor Lazarevich
  • Aleksandrov, I N
  • Altaisky, Mikhail Viktorovich
  • Amirkhanov, I V
  • Amirkhanov, Ilkizar Valievich
  • Anikin, Igor Valerevich
  • Antonenko, Nikolai Viktorovich
  • Apel', P Yu
  • Arbuzov, Andrei Borisovich
  • Artemov, A S
  • Astakhov, N S
  • Atanasova, P Kh
  • Avdeev, Mikhail Vasil'evich
  • Ayriyan, Alexander S
  • Ayriyan, Edik Artashevich
  • Azaryan, N S
  • Azemtsa-Donfack, H
  • Azhgirei, Leonid Stepanovich
  • Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Moscow region, RussiaThe Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR) an international intergovernmental organization — was established through the Convention signed on 26 March 1956 by the founding Member States with the aim of uniting their efforts, scientific and material potentials for investigations of the fundamental properties of matter.The Institute bases its activities on the principles of openness for participation to all interested states, of their equal and mutually beneficial cooperation.

    The activity of JINR in Russia is realized in compliance with the Federal Law of the Russian Federation "On Ratification of the Agreement between the Government of the Russian Federation and the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research on the Location and Terms of Activity of JINR in the Russian Federation".

    JINR has bilateral agreements, protocols, and other documents on cooperation with about 700 institutions in 60 countries, including agreements concluded at governmental levels with Germany, Hungary, and Italy.The Institute also has extensive collaboration with international centres UNESCO, CERN, CLAF, ICTP and research centres in France, USA, Japan and other countries.



    Other institution names:
    • Institute of Nuclear Problems Academy of Sciences of the USSR
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