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NEWS Archive


2014

Applications Open for ICTP-IAEA School of Nuclear Energy Management

The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) and the IAEA will jointly organize their School of Nuclear Energy Management (NEM), targeted at young professionals who show promise as future leaders in the nuclear, academic and public sectors. Read more...


Ask the Experts: About Nuclear Power

Some countries around the world are looking at nuclear power as a reliable and sustainable source of energy. The IAEA advises these countries on how to prepare their nuclear power infrastructure. Listen...


IAEA Delivers Report on Nuclear Power Development to Turkey

The International Atomic Energy Agency delivered today the final report from an IAEA Integrated Nuclear Infrastructure Review (INIR) mission, conducted in November 2013, to the Turkish Government. Read more...


How They Do It: Belarus, China, Turkey

Experts from three countries expanding or building nuclear power programmes explain their countries' motivations for building new NPPs, what they do and how they work with the IAEA for safe and sustainable programmes. Read more...


Bangladesh Joins INPRO as 40th Member

The IAEA is welcoming Bangladesh as the 40th Member of the International Project on Innovative Nuclear reactors and Fuel Cycles (INPRO). The country will be represented through the Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission. Read more...


IAEA Infrastructure Meeting: Newcomer and Expanding Countries Face Similar Challenges

Participants at the annual IAEA Technical Meeting on Topical Issues in the Development of Nuclear Power Infrastructure agreed that strong government support, a firm road map, stakeholder support and financing were key issues for a sustainable nuclear power project. Read more...


How Should Nuclear Newcomers Manage Spent Fuel and Radioactive Waste?

A recent IAEA publication on establishing a sound management structure for radioactive waste and spent fuel provides a concise summary of key issues to be addressed by countries embarking on a nuclear power programme. Read more...


Applications open for 10th IAEA-ICTP Nuclear Knowledge Management School

The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will organize their Nuclear Knowledge Management (NKM) School for a 10th time this year. Read more...


Annual IAEA Infrastructure Meeting Connects States Expanding and New to Nuclear Power

More than 100 participants are attending the Technical Meeting on Topical Issues in the Development of Nuclear Power Infrastructure, which opened at the IAEA today. The four-day meeting is the main annual forum for Member States considering, planning or expanding a nuclear power programme to share their experiences in nuclear power infrastructure development. Read more...


IAEA Launches New Service to Review Readiness for Constructing Nuclear Power Plants

The IAEA is introducing a new service for Member States starting nuclear new build or major refurbishment construction activities. The Construction Readiness Review (CORR) service is aimed at assessing a nuclear project's readiness to proceed to its next phase of construction. Read more...


Nuclear Power Newsletter: January 2014 issue is online

The latest edition of the NENP Newsletter is online! It covers topics as diverse as the INIR Mission to Turkey, management systems for nuclear facilities, fast reactor development, INPRO's Action Plan for 2014-2015 and many others. Read more...


Progress and Development through the IAEA Peaceful Uses Initiative

The IAEA Peaceful Uses Initiative (PUI), launched in 2010, supports Agency activities in the peaceful uses of nuclear technology. Here are four examples of Nuclear Energy related PUI projects, as featured in the latest IAEA Bulletin. Read more...


Looking into the Future: Advanced Reactors

For nuclear energy to play a substantial role in a sustainable global energy supply, both technical and institutional innovations are needed that will lead to lead to more efficient, more affordable and more sustainable advanced reactor technologies. Latest IAEA Bulletin looked into the future. Read more...



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