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World Oceans Day: A Look into Colombia’s Seas with Nuclear Technology

Oceans are life. They contain half of the oxygen we breathe and much of the protein that we consume. Continue reading

New IAEA Linear Accelerator Facility to Provide Dosimetry Support to Countries Worldwide

The IAEA marked the opening of a new linear accelerator (linac) facility at its laboratories in Seibersdorf, Austria today. Continue reading

Nuclear Newcomers: Getting Organized for Success

Coordination among stakeholders is key for any complex undertaking. Introducing nuclear power is no different. Continue reading

IAEA Experts Collect Seawater, Marine Sediment and Fish Samples near Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station

International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) experts today began a mission to collect samples of seawater, marine sediment and fishery products from coastal waters in Fukushima Prefecture, Japan. Continue reading

Call for Ideas: IAEA Data Visualization Challenge

Interested contributors have until 15 July 2019 to submit a creative and analytical visualization of the role of nuclear power in combatting climate change for the IAEA International Conference on Climate Change and the Role of Nuclear Power, to be hel... Continue reading

IAEA Safety Mission Sees Strengthened Operational Safety at Russia’s Leningrad Nuclear Power Plant, Encourages Continued Improvement

An International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) team of experts said the operator of Russia’s Leningrad Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) has strengthened operational safety in response to the findings of an IAEA review in 2017. The team also encouraged the opera... Continue reading

Repackaging Nuclear Science for Policy Makers: Scientists and Communicators Team Up

Policymakers may not have the time to sift through scientific papers or 30 000 data samples on the ocean’s health. That’s why marine scientists using nuclear-derived techniques and communication experts from Latin America and the Caribbean teamed up ea... Continue reading

IAEA Develops New Method to Track Sources of Water Pollution

The IAEA, in collaboration with the University of Massachusetts, has developed an innovative method for tracing the origin of nitrogen pollution in lakes, seas and rivers. The nuclear-derived analytical tool provides a cheaper, safer and faster way to ... Continue reading