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IAEA Mission Says Sweden Is Committed to a High Level of Safety, Sees Areas for Further Enhancement

An International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) mission said Sweden has a comprehensive regulatory infrastructure for nuclear and radiation safety and the protection of people and the environment. Continue reading

IAEA Conference to Highlight Advances in Nuclear Power Plant Life Management

The IAEA International Conference on Nuclear Power Plant Life Management (PLiM-5) opens next week in Vienna, providing a global forum for experts to share information and experience on the long-term operation of reactors. Continue reading

Update 133 – IAEA Director General Statement on Situation in Ukraine

Ukraine’s four operational nuclear power plant sites all have access to the national grid again following a complete loss of off-site power earlier this week, Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said ... Continue reading

DG Grossi Statement on Ukraine

IAEA Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi’s statement on the situation and recent developments at nuclear power plants in Ukraine. Continue reading

New IAEA Neutron Facility Delivers First Hands-on Training

In many ways, neutrons are mysterious. They are everywhere, present in the nucleus of all elements. Continue reading

Labs in Asia Adopt Nuclear Techniques to Enhance Food Safety and International Trade

Animal diseases and crop pests can badly affect food supply and economies. Managing these problems can result in farming practices that involve the use of chemicals, which can lead to another problem: unsafe levels of chemical residues and contaminants... Continue reading

Revealing Malta’s Cultural Heritage

The IAEA is supporting experts from Heritage Malta in the use of x-ray technology to understand and preserve valuable ancient artefacts without damaging them.  Continue reading

COP27 Closes: IAEA Shows How Nuclear Science and Technology Can Tackle Climate Change

From providing clean energy to protecting water resources and developing smarter agriculture, nuclear science and technology can make a significant contribution to mitigating, monitoring and adapting to the impacts of climate change. Continue reading