National Radiation Protection Institute

The National Radiation Protection Institute (NRPI) is a public research institution established by the decision of the chairman of the State Office for Nuclear Safety (SONS) on October 20, 2010, which became effective on January 1, 2011. The Institute was based mainly on National Radiation Protection Institute (NRPI) - non profit organization established on 1995 which was based mainly on the former Centre for Radiation Hygiene of the National Institute of Public Health in Prague, and it continues its tradition of many years.


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National Radiation Protection Institute received an award from the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic

National Radiation Protection Institute's representatives have received an award for research and development in the category "GOVERNANCE". The Institute received the award for mutual cooperation with Research Centre Řež and ÚJV Řež, a. s. on project Calculation model for thermomechanical behavior of fuel rod including degradation processes of nuclear fuel coverage.

Award of the Minister of the Interior of the Czech Republic for Extraordinary Results in the Field of Security Research for 2021

First Deputy Minister for Internal Security and Police Education of the Interior of the Czech Republic, Mr Jiří Nováček handed over Award of the Minister of the Interior of the Czech Republic for Extraordinary Results in the Field of Security Research, Experimental Development and Innovation for year 2021 on 30 September 2021 at the headquarters of SÚRO, v. v. i.

SURO on the ETSON News

From January 1, 2021, SÚRO became a new member of the ETSON (European Technical Safety Organisations Network), which brings together major institutions fulfilling the mission of the TSOs. These organizations provide with expert support to their regulatory authorities in the field of nuclear safety, radiation protection and radioactive waste management.