Under an agreement providing for Anglo‐Russian collaboration during the next five years on the peaceful uses of atomic energy, which was signed on May 19 in London, the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority and the USSR State Committee of the Council of Ministers for the Utilization of Atomic Energy have formally pledged to organize reciprocal visits of personnel and mutual conferences, to exchange copies of unclassified reports having to do with peaceful uses of atomic energy, and (within the limits of each country's export regulations) to assist each other in obtaining needed scientific instruments and radioisotopes for medical and biological purposes. The subjects involved in the agreement to exchange information and visits include nuclear physics, solid‐state physics, basic radiation chemistry, certain aspects of inorganic chemistry, research on isotopes and their applications, plasma physics, high‐energy physics, reactor physics, and experimental fast reactors.

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