The use of radiation is improving the biological control of insect pests.
Global cleanout to combat Serbia's radiological legacy.
An IAEA survey offers an interesting insight in the status of nuclear research institutes in Central and Eastern Europe.
IAEA Bulletin Vol. 51-1
IAEA safeguards: a fundamental pillar of the NPT regime... Read More
Several mechanisms are under consideration to guarantee assurances of supply of nuclear fuel to States. By Tariq Rauf and Zoryana Vovchok... Read More
Giovanni Verlini spoke with IAEA Director General Mohamed ElBaradei about his time at the IAEA and what lies ahead for the Agency... Read More
A photo essay on Dr. ElBaradei's tenure as IAEA Director General... Read More
Ambassador Yukiya Amano of Japan was elected as the next IAEA Director General by vote of the Board of Governors on 2 July 2009... Read More
The links between animal and human health are clearly emerging. By David Nabarro... Read More
An IAEA project is set to move from laboratories to farm... Read More
The use of radiation is improving the biological control of insect pests. By Jorge Hendrichs and Alan Robinson... Read More
Assessment tools developed by the IAEA assist Member States in strategic planning and decision making on sustainable nuclear energy development and deployment. By Y. Sokolov and R. Beatty... Read More
Under INPRO, experts are looking at the possibility of using thorium-based fuel cycles to help achieve sustainable nuclear energy in the 21st century. By Ray Sollychin... Read More
A revised International Nuclear and Radiological Event Scale (INES) extends its reach. By Rejane Spiegelberg-Planer... Read More
Global cleanout to combat Serbia's radiological legacy. By Dana Sacchetti... Read More
For 20 years, an intergovernmental agreement supported by the IAEA has contributed to foster nuclear science and technology for African development. By Mickel Edwerd... Read More
An IAEA survey offers an interesting insight in the status of nuclear research institutes in Central and Eastern Europe. By Marta Ferrari ... Read More
Pollution from lead and other heavy metals are agents of disease for many of the world's children. In Jamaica and other poor countries, the health risks associated with this kind of pollution are all too often seen as the inevitable price of economic development. By Sasha Henriques... Read More