IAEA Mission Says Luxembourg Regulator Committed to Strengthening Radiation Safety, Sees Areas for Enhancement

An International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) team of experts said Luxembourg is committed to strengthening its regulatory framework for radiation safety while also noting areas for potential enhancements, such as increasing the independence of its regu... Continue reading

Nuclear Security Skills Strengthened at IAEA Course in Spain

Professionals from Spanish-speaking countries enhanced their nuclear security skills during a course that ended earlier this month in Valdemoro, Spain. Continue reading

URAM-2018: Five Years On, Tanzania’s Progress in Uranium Exploration

Tanzania is at an advanced stage of uranium exploration and plans to commence mining operations at its first approved mining site as soon as economic conditions become favourable and the price of uranium rises, local experts have said. Continue reading

Malaysia Helps Lebanon and Oman in Development of Integrated Nuclear Security

Under a cooperation facilitated by the IAEA, the Malaysian Atomic Energy Licensing Board has hosted a technical visit for Lebanese and Omani atomic energy authorities to help strengthen their nuclear security practices. Continue reading

IAEA Project Develops Roadmapping Tool for Future Nuclear Energy Systems

A new tool is now available to help national authorities in making strategic decisions about the development of nuclear power. Continue reading

Latin American Countries Combat Screwworm Pest through IAEA Project

Latin American countries have started work with the IAEA and its partners to prevent the re-introduction of the New World screwworm into Central and North America from where it has been eradicated and build capacity for the suppression and eventual era... Continue reading

Statement by IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano

I welcome today's Joint Statement of President Trump of the United States and Chairman Kim of the DPRK at the Singapore Summit which includes the DPRK's commitment towards complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. Continue reading

IAEA Issues Crowdsourcing Challenge for Materials for Fusion Technology

The IAEA has issued a challenge for data specialists from around the world to submit innovative ways to visualise, analyse and explore simulations of different materials that can be used to build fusion reactors. Continue reading