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IAEA Radiation Monitoring Laboratory

The IAEA radiation monitoring laboratory celebrates 10 years of supporting countries to ensure the safety of workers exposed to radiation. Continue reading

Nuclear Technology Helps Develop New Barley Variety in Kuwait

New home-grown barley varieties developed using irradiation with the support of the IAEA and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) are in the final stages of development and will be ready to be released to farmers for produc... Continue reading

IRRS Missions Strengthen Nuclear Regulatory Frameworks

Nuclear safety is a national responsibility that requires robust regulations. The IAEA helps countries establish and strengthen their regulatory frameworks for nuclear safety through an expert peer review called the Integrated Regulatory Review Service... Continue reading

IAEA Completes Nuclear Security Advisory Mission in Lebanon

An International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) team of experts today completed a nuclear security advisory mission in Lebanon, which was carried out at the request of the Lebanese Government. Continue reading

Bangladesh’s Crop Scientists Find an Ally to Better Cope with Climate Change

Mymensingh, Bangladesh — Bangladesh, whose populous and low-level delta region is expected to be severely affected by rising sea levels, is using nuclear technology to adapt to this threat. Continue reading

EU and IAEA Review Progress and Agree on Priorities in Nuclear Cooperation at Annual Meeting

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the European Union (EU) reviewed progress achieved in working together on a range of nuclear activities and agreed to further enhance cooperation during their seventh annual Senior Officials Meeting, in... Continue reading

Toward Closing the Gender Gap in Nuclear Science

Women make up less than a quarter of the workforce in the nuclear sector worldwide, hurting not only diversity within the industry, but also competitiveness, experts have said. Continue reading

Women In Science

To mark the International Day of Girls and Women in Science we asked eight successful nuclear scientists to have an honest conversation about how their gender has affected their career. Continue reading