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International Atomic Energy Agency Feed
Science is Key to Progress, IAEA Director General Tells Students in Manila
<p>Science is one of the cornerstones of economic progress and without technological advancement human development goals are much harder to achieve, said IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano yesterday.</p>
2015-01-29 15:15
Exercises Allow IAEA, Member States to Practice for Emergencies
<p>It takes practice to be ready for the worst. This is why the IAEA regularly takes part in or hosts exercises based on mock nuclear or radiological emergency scenarios.</p>
2015-01-28 15:15
&quot;Exciting times for nuclear power,&quot; IAEA Director General Says
<p>Nuclear power is enjoying a period of revival worldwide, particularly in Asia, IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano said in Singapore earlier today.</p>
2015-01-26 09:00
New IAEA Collaboration Centre to Bring Nuclear Diagnostics, Testing and Inspection Technologies to Southeast Asia
<p>A new IAEA collaboration centre in Jakarta, Indonesia will develop new radioisotopes for industrial applications, resulting in more efficient processes and contributing to the competitiveness of the country’s industry.</p>
2015-01-23 09:45
Open for Registration: IAEA Spent Fuel Management Conference
<p>Interested applicants have two weeks left to submit abstracts to the International Conference on Management of Spent Fuel from Nuclear Power Reactors, to be held at the IAEA in Vienna 15-19 June.</p>
2015-01-22 15:30
Experts: Include Ocean Acidification in Climate Change Negotiations
<p><em>Monaco</em> – Actions to mitigate and adapt to ocean acidification in a future global climate deal could make the agreement stronger and facilitate its implementation.</p>
2015-01-22 15:15
Malaysia, Developing Countries Benefit from Nuclear Applications, IAEA Director General Says
<p>Cultivating new varieties of rice, reducing soil erosion rates and improving imaging techniques for cancer treatment are just some of the areas in which the IAEA helps Malaysia to benefit from nuclear technology.</p>
2015-01-21 10:00
Improving Programmes for Radioactive Waste and Spent Fuel Management, Decommissioning and Remediation
<p>Improved organizational performance, enhanced safety, optimized operations and increased national and international confidence in Member States’ organizations, facilities, programmes and activities are among the benefits that IAEA ARTEMIS peer reviews provide to Member States.</p>
2015-01-16 15:45
Japan Joins the Convention on Supplementary Compensation for Nuclear Damage
<p>Japan has submitted its instrument of acceptance to the Convention on Supplementary Compensation for Nuclear Damage (CSC), an important international instrument relating to liability and compensation for damage caused by a nuclear accident, triggering its entry into force.</p>
2015-01-16 08:45
Bringing Ocean Acidification to the Climate Change Agenda
<p>Monaco — Ocean acidification poses a growing threat to coastal communities and needs to be on the agenda of any global climate deal, said speakers at a conference hosted by the IAEA this week. The three-day workshop, organized by the IAEA’s International Ocean Acidification Coordination Centre and the Scientific Centre of Monaco, aims to determine avenues for bringing ocean acidification forward as a dimension of a future climate deal.</p>
2015-01-13 21:00
What’s Ahead in 2015
<p>Nuclear safety and security, education, emergency preparedness, climate change, fresh water resource management, verification, and the peaceful applications of nuclear technology — are some of the areas addressed by conferences, events and meetings by the IAEA and its key partners over the next 12 months.</p>
2015-01-08 13:15
Looking Back to 2014: Highlights of IAEA Achievements and Activities
<p>Combating malnutrition in children, establishing best practices for sustainable uranium mining, increasing the safety of nuclear power plants — these are some of the achievements of the IAEA in 2014, under its motto, Atoms for Peace.</p>
2014-12-31 13:30
Bringing Cancer Care Closer to Home: Mauritania Opens First Nuclear Medicine Centre
<p><em>Nouakchott, Mauritania</em> — The opening of Mauritania’s first ever nuclear medicine centre with IAEA support last month will lead to improved access to modern diagnostics and treatment, as well as lower costs.</p>
2014-12-18 15:45
Climate Change Forum Discusses Nuclear Power
<p>A mix of solar and wind energy, carbon capture storage technology and nuclear power could provide a viable solution to countries seeking to decrease their carbon footprint by lowering the greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) of their energy sector. This was the message from the IAEA at this year’s annual United Nations (UN) Climate Change Conference — COP20 — held last week in Lima, Peru.</p>
2014-12-15 15:00
IAEA Reviews Nuclear Security in Belgium
<p>An IAEA team concluded that the physical protection system in Belgium is robust, with a program of continuous improvement in place at both the operator and government level.</p>
2014-12-11 17:00