DAtF: Munich research reactor – 60 years of cutting-edge international research in Germany Germany’s first nuclear facility, the Forschungsreaktor München FRM (Munich research reactor, FRM) went into operation on 31 October 1957. Even today, one of the world’s most powerful large-scale research facilities, the Research neutron source Heinz-Maier-Leibnitz FRM II (research reactor Munich II), is operated on the site, enabling cutting-edge research.
The public opinion concerning research on nuclear energy in Germany has been stable for years: 53 percent of respondents think that Germany should pursue research in this area.
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