eBeam Center designated as IAEA Collaborating Center for Electron Beam Technologies

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has conferred the designation of  “IAEA Collaborating Center for Electron Beam Technology for food, health and the environment” to the National Center for Electron Beam Research.  This is an extremely prestigious designation and places Texas A&M University System as the global leader in the commercial application of eBeam technologies.  The mission of the IAEA is “Atoms for Peace” and this is exactly what we do at the eBeam Center. We harness and exploit high energy electrons to improve the quality of lives and economies of peoples around the world.  The Center designation was commemorated by a plaque being presented by the Director General of the IAEA, H.E. Ambassador Amano.  Faculty, staff, student and leadership from the University System and the University were present. These included  Chancellor Sharp, Interim President Hussey, Interim COALS Dean Dugas, AgriLife Research Director Nessler, and eBeam Center Director Pillai among others.