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IAEA Scientific Forum Highlights Responsibility for Radioactive Waste

A two-day Scientific Forum, entitled Radioactive Waste: Meeting the Challenge - Science and Technology for Safe and Sustainable Solutions, held during the IAEA's annual General Conference, emphasized the need for a comprehensive, integrated, cradle-to-grave approach for management of radioactive waste. Read more...


Nuclear Energy Side Events at the 58th IAEA General Conference

The IAEA Department of Nuclear Energy will host a number of side events and two exhibitions during the upcoming General Conference (22-26 September). It also plays a key role in the 2014 Scientific Forum, which will focus on the science and technology behind the management of radioactive waste. All NE side events are open to all registered participants of the General Conference. Read more...


Uranium 2014 Report: Red Book Highlights Continuing Growth Trend

Uranium 2014: Resources, Production and Demand, the 25th edition of the Red Book, is a recognised world reference on uranium and was published today by the IAEA and the Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Read more...


Celebrating a Decade of Success In Knowledge Transfer

Over the last ten years, bright young professionals from around the world have been selected each year to take part in a week-long specialized training and educational programme in the field of nuclear knowledge management. Read more...


Safe and Sustainable Radioactive Waste Management

The IAEA has organized this year's Scientific Forum to focus on the scientific and technological experience gained around the world, providing the basis for safe and sustainable waste management approaches. Read more...


IAEA Transfers Knowledge Management Assist Visit Methodology to China

Following a year's preparation, the IAEA has handed over a methodology to China's Research Institute of Nuclear Power Operation (RINPO) to conduct its own knowledge management visits to Chinese nuclear power utilities. Read more...


IAEA Reviews Jordan's Progress in Developing Nuclear Power Programme

An IAEA-led team of international experts who reviewed Jordan's programme for introducing nuclear power found that notable progress has been made in the development of the country's nuclear infrastructure. Read more...


Last update: Sep 26, 2014 11:06:00 AM