IAEA Member States, Staff Pay Tribute to Late Director General Yukiya Amano

At a memorial service held at IAEA headquarters in Vienna today in the presence of Mrs. Yukika Amano, dignitaries, diplomats and colleagues paid tribute to late Director General Yukiya Amano, who passed away last month. Continue reading

Training Safeguards Inspectors: Hot Cell and Glovebox Training in Georgia

Ensuring Safe Structures: a Decade of Using Digital Technology in Industrial Radiography in Viet Nam

Hanoi, Viet Nam – Ensuring the sturdiness of buildings and bridges, and testing for defects in pipes, pressure vessels and pumps became quicker, easier and even more accurate for the Viet Nam Atomic Energy Institute’s Centre for Non-Destructive Testing... Continue reading

Accelerating Growth: IAEA Launches Plant Mutation Breeding Network for Asia and the Pacific

With populations growing rapidly, particularly in Asia and the Pacific, farmers and scientists are all the more drawing on the benefits of using irradiation to develop new crop varieties and meet farmers’ needs: higher, stable yields and high-quality p... Continue reading

Strengthening International Standards for Nuclear Safety: IAEA Safety Publications Restructured

Achieving high levels of safety in the many areas in which countries use nuclear technologies requires a robust and comprehensive international safety framework. Continue reading

Growing Populations: Time to Talk about Nuclear Power?

The IAEA is organizing the 2019 International Conference on Climate Change and the Role of Nuclear Power in Vienna from 7 to 11 October 2019. Continue reading

IAEA Launches Revamped Nuclear Communicator’s Toolbox

An updated version of the IAEA’s Nuclear Communicator's Toolbox is now available. Continue reading

Over 700 Professionals Trained through IAEA’s Nuclear Knowledge Management Schools

Education and training are necessary to ensure that the next generation of nuclear industry professionals are prepared to manage complex nuclear power programmes. Continue reading