This article describes how research planning may lead to a situation where a basis is provided for the cooperation between
a limited group of personel guided by a devotion towards the possibilities and on awareness of the limitations of the nuclear
reactor for analytical purposes and research groups in various sciences such as chemistry, biology, medicine, agriculture,
geology and archeology. Attention is paid to neutron activation analysis, the use of radioisotope tracers and to the specific
requirements set for them by workers in the above mentioned fields.