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Walk in my Shoes

This year, the world celebrates Albert Einstein´s legacy as it marks the international year of physics. Along the way some light is cast on the IAEA´s important roles for the peaceful uses of nuclear science and technology. This edition features some of the IAEA´s valued contributions to human development.

Ready for the Challenge

Jan Eliasson

Jan Eliasson, incoming President of the UN General Assembly, talks about the September 2005 UN Summit and the need for reforms.
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Eight is Enough

Eight is Enough

Jeffrey Sachs and John McArthur look at why the world´s eight Millennium Development Goals to cut poverty are affordable and within reach - if countries renew the push to do it.
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One Size Doesn´t Fit All

One Size Doesn´t Fit All

Development analysts Sanjay Reddy and Antoine Heuty look to India and other countries for practical approaches that work to cut poverty.
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No Time to Lose

No Time to Lose

Massoud Samiei, Michael Rosenthal and David Kinley III report on why the IAEA has joined forces to fight the spread of cancer in the world´s poorest regions.
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The Early Years: Keys to Child Nutrition & Health

Child Nutrition & Health

Lena Davidsson highlights selected IAEA nutrition projects that are contributing to the world´s Millennium Development Goals for infants and young children.
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H2O Know-How

H2O Know-How

Pradeep Aggarwal and Ali Boussaha describe the IAEA´s work to spread the science of isotope hydrology for preserving aquifers and managing precious groundwater resources.
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Catching Up is Hard to Do

Catching Up

Educator and scientist, Edmund Zingu explains why science feeds development and looks at how countries in Africa are trying to gain ground.
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Einstein´s Legacy

Einstein’s Legacy

Herwig Schopper, former head of the European Organization for Nuclear Research, talks about the genius behind the International Year of Physics, and why the adventure is far from over.
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