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IAEA Coordinated Research Project Generates New Quantum Data on Hydrogen Fusion

A recently completed coordinated research project has improved the understanding of fundamental atomic and molecular processes necessary to progress in the development of fusion as a future source of energy.

Justified Use of Radiation in Focus at Conference on Radiation Protection in Medicine

The IAEA's International Conference on Radiation Protection in Medicine next week will review best practices and progress made so far under the Bonn Call for Action – a list of 10 actions proposed at the previous IAEA conference on the topic to limit unnecessary and unintended exposure to ...

Japanese Centre, IAEA Increase Collaboration in Training in Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Oncology

Healthcare professionals, academics and students of nuclear medicine and radiation oncology from around the world will have more opportunities to benefit from increased collaboration between the IAEA and the Hiroshima International Council for Health Care of the Radiation-Exposed after this ...

IAEA Organizes Workshop on Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage for Newcomer Countries in Africa

The IAEA in cooperation with the Government of Ghana organized a  Workshop on Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage in Accra, from 28 to 30 November 2017.

Justified Use of Radiation in Focus at Next Week's Conference on Radiation Protection in Medicine

The IAEA's International Conference on Radiation Protection in Medicine next week will review best practices and progress made so far under the Bonn Call for Action – a list of 10 actions proposed at the previous IAEA conference on the topic to limit unnecessary and unintended exposure to ...

Safety of Spent Fuel Management and Radioactive Waste Management: Workshop Promotes Adherence to International Convention

A workshop to promote the Joint Convention on the Safety of Spent Fuel Management and the Safety of Radioactive Waste Management ended yesterday in Rabat, Morocco.

IAEA Organizes Workshop on Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage for Newcomer Countries in Africa

The IAEA in cooperation with the Government of Ghana organized a  Workshop on Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage in Accra, from 28 to 30 December 2017.

World Soil Day: Caring for the Planet Starts from the Ground and Nuclear Techniques can Help

Have you ever thought about soil? Thought about this vast limited resource where your food grows? This finite, non-renewable resource is under threat worldwide. But soil has an ally: nuclear science.

Making the Case for Nuclear Power: Why Stakeholder Involvement Matters

One of the biggest challenges that nuclear power programmes face is securing and sustaining the support of key stakeholders, including the public.

New Guideline for Radiotherapy Treatment with 'Small Fields'

A new code of practice, published last week, will help guide medical physicists to implement methodologies that can improve the accuracy of radiation doses for cancer patients when smaller fields and more targeted radiation is employed.

Natural Radioactivity in Food: Experts Discuss Harmonizing International Standards

All foods contain natural radionuclides, which are transferred from the soil to the crops on land and from water to fish in rivers, lakes and the sea.

New Research Project to Focus on Use of Nuclear Techniques in Forensic Science

Helping to solve criminal cases, identify art forgery and catch food adulteration are the goals of a new research project using nuclear techniques.

IAEA's Internet Reactor Laboratory Expands to Asia and the Pacific

An agreement signed today in Vienna will strengthen IAEA's efforts to offer training on the use of research reactors to students in Asia and the Pacific who do not have access to a facility in their own countr

Benin Introduces Artificial Insemination in Cattle, Improving Animal Breeding and Nutrition

For the first time, the government of Benin is introducing artificial insemination in cattle.

IAEA Director General Highlights Achievements for Development at November Board Meeting

Director General Yukiya Amano highlighted the IAEA's work to help Member States achieve the Sustainable Development Goals and provided an update on the modernisation of the Agency's nuclear applications laboratories in his statement to the Board of Governors.

Looking inside Hearts in Argentina: Using Nuclear Science to Find Disease

Injection in, arms up, eyes closed. This is how 81-year-old Lola Fiskel plunges her body into a futuristic-looking machine at the Nuclear Diagnostics Centre Foundation in Buenos Aires.

Indonesian Radiation Oncologists Overcome Distances, Build Skills Through Telemedicine

When radiation oncologist Soehartati Gondhowiardjo came across a difficult case of thymic carcinoma last month, she knew she would want to share the lessons learned with her colleagues.

Experts Share Ideas to Strengthen Physical Protection of Nuclear Material at IAEA Conference

Last week, some 700 participants shared ideas, experiences and best practices to further enhance the physical protection of nuclear material and facilities against theft or sabotage.