Bariloche Atomic Centre

Centro Atómico Bariloche (CAB)

CAB in 1958 (courtesy of CAB) Reactor RA6 in CAB in 2012 (courtesy of CAB) CNEA logo

The Bariloche Atomic Centre (CAB) is one of the research and development centres of the Argentine National Atomic Energy Commission. CAB is responsible for research in physics and nuclear engineering. Together with the Balseiro Institute, it is part of the Argentinian National Atomic Energy Commission. It was created in 1951.

  • Location: Bariloche, Argentina

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