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Philippines Pilot School Programme Promotes Nuclear Science and Technology Education

How much will children from the Eastern Philippines know about nuclear science and technology when they graduate from high school? Continue reading

IAEA Reviews Belarus’s Emergency Preparedness and Response Framework

An International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) team of experts today concluded a 10-day mission to review Belarus’s preparedness and response arrangements for nuclear and radiological emergencies. The Emergency Preparedness Review (EPREV) was carried out... Continue reading

Technical and Scientific Support Key for Strong Nuclear Safety and Security: IAEA Conference Opens

Organizations play a supportive role in sustaining the nuclear and radiological safety and security infrastructure in many countries, working with the regulators. Continue reading

Celebrating 20 Years at Port Hercule: The IAEA Environment Laboratories

IAEA Showcases Global Coordination on Small, Medium Sized or Modular Nuclear Reactors (SMRs)

The International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) expanding international coordination on the safe and secure development and deployment of small, medium sized or modular nuclear reactors (SMRs) has come into focus with new publications and expert meetin... Continue reading

IAEA Neutron Activation E-learning Course Helps Scientists in 40 Countries

From helping to solve historical criminal cases to determining the fate of a disappearing beach in Jamaica and the air quality at your gym: neutron activation is an established method to find out the composition and origin of materials. Continue reading

Austrian President Van der Bellen Visits IAEA Laboratories in Seibersdorf

Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen today visited the IAEA laboratories in the town of Seibersdorf, where scientists carry out unique work in support of global peace and development. Continue reading

IAEA Holds Training Course on Nuclear Law

Every year, the IAEA organizes a two-week intensive training course on nuclear law. This event, known as the Nuclear Law Institute, is open to up to 60 participants, primarily lawyers, from IAEA Member States. Continue reading