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International Atomic Energy Agency Feed
IAEA Participates in COP21 as One UN for Climate Action
<p>The IAEA is participating in side events at the Paris Climate Conference, COP21, over the next two weeks, and is also hosting an exhibit in the One UN Exhibit Area themed “Sustainable Industries and Energy.”</p>
2015-11-30 13:30
New IAEA Safety Standards Reinforce Emergency Preparedness and Response
<p>IAEA Member States will need to further strengthen their emergency preparedness and response (EPR) frameworks based on the newly published IAEA Safety Requirements publication on Preparedness and Response for a Nuclear or Radiological Emergency.</p>
2015-11-27 10:00
Does Nuclear Power Really Help Fight Climate Change? - IAEA Deputy Director General Chudakov
<p>Having been a nuclear power reactor operator for a good part of my career, I understand very well the potential of nuclear energy. I have seen many improvements in technology and operational safety, as well as the financial and environmental benefits they have brought.</p>
2015-11-27 08:15
Technical Cooperation a Key Agenda Item at IAEA Board of Governors Meeting
<p>Director General Yukiya Amano delivered his opening statement at the meeting of the IAEA Board of Governors starting today in Vienna, by addressing issues of technical cooperation, nuclear applications, nuclear energy, safety and security, and nuclear verification.</p>
2015-11-26 13:30
Asian and African Scientists Learn How to Detect Animal Diseases Threatening Livestock
<p>Animal diseases cause great damage in countries, especially where the majority of people depend on agriculture and livestock to live. After attending a two-week course organized this month by the IAEA, in partnership with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), several scientists from sub-Saharan Africa and Asia are now in the position to diagnose such diseases.</p>
2015-11-25 14:30
Committee Backs IAEA Technical Cooperation Programme for 2016-2017
<p>The IAEA's Technical Assistance and Cooperation Committee (TACC) has recommended for approval to the IAEA Board of Governors the Agency’s Technical Cooperation (TC) Programme for 2016-2017 and the TC budget for 2016. The latter earmarks 74.3 million euros for new and ongoing core technical cooperation projects, and another 61.4 million euros for technical cooperation projects for which funding has not so far been identified – so called “footnote-a” projects.</p>
2015-11-25 14:00
Helping Asia Fight Cancer Through Advanced Brachytherapy
<p>Cervical cancer patients often require a specific, technically challenging treatment that is not always readily available in developing countries. In Asia, which accounts for close to half of the world’s cervical cancer deaths, the IAEA has completed a four-year project to increase survival rates. Over 1000 specialists were trained on 3D image-guided brachytherapy, an advanced form of radiotherapy.</p>
2015-11-24 15:00
From the Past to the Future: Measuring Air Pollution in Asia and the Pacific Using Nuclear Techniques
<p>For over a decade, scientists in Asia and the Pacific have been using nuclear techniques to identify the source and level of pollution in the air – and the data collected over the years can now inform policymaking.</p>
2015-11-24 14:45
Radiation Medicine and Sustainable Development: the IAEA Helps Countries Fight Cancer
<p>An estimated 215 000 additional health professionals will be needed by 2035 to meet the growing demand for radiotherapy services as cancer cases continue to increase. Through collaborating with countries worldwide, the IAEA helps to meet this demand as it works to improve access to quality cancer care for patients, particularly in developing countries.</p>
2015-11-23 15:15
Conference Participants Discuss Safety, Security and Operation of Research Reactors
<p>Operators should ensure full utilization of research reactors through proper strategic planning, integrate IAEA guidance on safety and security into their operations and make increased use of networking to learn from their peers. These were some of the conclusions of the International Conference on Research Reactors: Safe Management and Effective Utilization, which ended in Vienna today.</p>
2015-11-20 13:15
American Physicist Wins IAEA Nuclear Fusion Prize for Model that Will Help Design Containment Wall
<p>Robert J. Goldston, professor of astrophysics at Princeton University and a former director of the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, has won the IAEA’s 2015 Nuclear Fusion Journal Prize for his development of a theoretical physics model that will ultimately enable engineers to design the wall for a vessel containing fuel used in nuclear fusion to generate electricity.</p>
2015-11-18 09:15
UN General Assembly Resolution Recognizes the IAEA’s Work in Development, Nuclear Safety and Non-Proliferation
<p>The United Nations 70th General Assembly today adopted a resolution that recognizes the importance of the IAEA’s work and supports its indispensable role “in encouraging and assisting the development and practical application of atomic energy for peaceful uses” as well as in transferring technology to developing countries and ensuring nuclear safety, security and verification.</p>
2015-11-17 16:45
Improving the Safe and Efficient Use of Research Reactors: IAEA Conference to Address Challenges and Ways Forward
<p>Over 300 participants at the largest international conference on research reactors ever held will discuss progress in the development of advanced and next generation research reactors, and compare operational best practices from some of the 246 research reactors around the world.</p>
2015-11-13 13:30
Sticking to its Technical Mandate, IAEA Retains Confidence on Iran Nuclear Issue: Director General Amano
<p>Thanks to its technical competence and unique experience in the implementation of safeguards, the IAEA has contributed significantly to the ongoing process to resolve the Iran nuclear issue, Director General Yukiya Amano said in Brussels this week.</p>
2015-11-13 09:00
From Lab Coats to Hazmat Suits: IAEA Trains Scientists to Work Safely With Ebola
<p>Low and middle income countries in Africa are confronted with the challenge to timely and accurately diagnose dangerous diseases that can spread from animals to humans and to prevent their further spread.</p>
2015-11-11 11:00