Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA) Library is one of the largest nuclear information center in Japan. JAEA Library maintains a circulating collection of books in physics, chemistry, computer science and engineering. JAEA Library supports the scientific research and development activities. We hope that JAEA Library contributes to your R&D activities.
Reference Information about the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station Accident.
Database of internet information and oral presentation information about the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station Accident.
JAEA Library holds 50,000 books, 2,000 academic journals and 770 thousand technical reports in the fields of nuclear science, and provides them for nuclear R&D activities.
Locations and Hours
JAEA OPAC (Online Public Access Catalog) for the online catalog database of books, journals and technical reports collected in JAEA Central Library. This will enable you to search all the collections.
JAEA Library provides Photocopy Service.
International Nuclear Information System (INIS) is operated by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in collaboration with 129 member states and 24 international organizations. The INIS database contains about 3.7 million bibliographic records.
JAEA Library assumes a role of INIS National Center of Japan. Here are the introductions about our activities.
JAEA staff are creating about 200 JAEA Reports ("JAEA-Research" etc.) and contributing 1,800 papers to scientific journals every year. Bibliographic data and abstracts of these 90,000 research results are available, and you can download full-text data (PDF format) of JAEA Reports.
"JAEA R&D Review" is available which aimed at informing you about the current topics of R&D of JAEA. You can also download full-text data (PDF format) of "JAEA R&D Review".
Nuclear Science Information of Japan - Oral Presentations (NSIJ-OP) is available which provides the information of oral presentations at major meetings in the fields of nuclear science and technology in Japan.
Notice: The final update has been done on 9 March 2011. Please be aware that you will be able to have access to the data even if no update will be done in the future. (Updated on 11 March 2011)