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Congratulatory greetings to Anatoly Zrodnikov

AtomInfo.Ru, PUBLISHED 30.11.2014

November 20, 2014 is the 70th years jubilee for Anatoly Zrodnikov.

Anatoly Zrodnikov was born November 20, 1944 in the city of Zaraysk (Moscow region). After graduating in 1969, he joined the IPPE, where he was working at different positions starting from a senior laboratory assistant to director (1996-2010) and the scientific supervisor.

Zrodnikov took an active part in the creation of national space nuclear power plants, including BUK and TOPAZ reactors.

The AtomInfo.Ru online edition joins the congratulations of colleagues and wished to Anatoly Zrodnikov the longevity in the science, the good health, the happiness and new successes!

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