Delegation from the Philippines Visits the IAEA Office of Legal Affairs to Discuss Nuclear Law Matters
The IAEA legislative assistance programme plays an important role in assisting Member States to develop and strengthen their national legal frameworks as they seek to benefit from the peaceful applications of nuclear technology in electricity production, medicine, industry, agriculture and in many ...
How Weight in Chile Became a Problem and How Nuclear Techniques Helped
About 80 million people in Latin America are covered, to one extent or another, by national nutrition programmes.
Stable Isotope Techniques Used to Study Link Between Gut Health and Child Growth
A large proportion of the population in low- and middle income countries lives in an environment characterized by poor water, sanitation and hygiene conditions, which contribute to growth retardation in children.
IAEA Isotope Browser App Now Available in Multiple Languages
Scientists and professionals in nuclear-related areas from all over the world can now use the IAEA Isotope Browser mobile application in all six official United Nations languages as well as in Italian, Japanese, Slovenian and traditional Chinese.
Benin Resumes Pineapple Exports â€” With the Help of Nuclear Techniques
Benin's farmers can again export pineapples to the European Union, their most lucrative market, following the set-up of a food safety surveillance system with the help of the IAEA and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations .
DR Congo Scientists Control Avian Influenza Outbreak Using Nuclear Techniques
Scientists in the Democratic Republic of the Congo have identified a new outbreak of avian influenza using highly specific and sensitive nuclear-derived techniques.
Long-Term Potential of Nuclear Power Remains High: IAEA Report
Nuclear power's long-term potential remains high, although its global expansion is projected to slow down in coming years, according to a new IAEA report on International Status and Prospects for Nuclear Power 2017.
Strengthening Nuclear Law in Africa: Workshop on the Way Forward
Legal and regulatory experts from 20 African countries expanded their knowledge on international and national legal frameworks for the regulation of radiation sources in medicine, industry, research and other areas, at a workshop at the IAEA this week.
Now Accepting Applications: IAEA Coordinated Research Activities for 2017
The IAEA is now accepting applications for participation in coordinated research activities kicking off this year.
Nuclear Technology to Help Pacific Islands: IAEA Director General
Nuclear technology can help Pacific islands in a range of areas, including health, agriculture and the environment, IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano said last week during the 10th Conference of the Pacific Community held in Noumea, New Caledonia.Â
Japanese Data on Marine Samples Near Fukushima Reliable, IAEA Report Concludes
Japanese laboratories analysing seawater, marine sediment and fish samples from near the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in Japan produce reliable data, according to an IAEA report released today.
"Atoms for Peace and Development": Sixty Years of Entry into Force of the IAEA Statute
Sixty years ago today, the IAEA formally came into existence after 26 countries ratified its Statute, bringing it into force.