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50 Years of Successful FAO/IAEA Partnership
58th General Conference, Scientific Forum
Radioactive Waste - Meeting the Challenge
Renovation of Nuclear Applications Laboratories - Science for All - Renewing the Pledge
Advances in Nuclear Forensics - Security Through Science
Nuclear and Atomic Data - Providing Values for Science
Quality Nutrition -  How the IAEA Contributes
Building Human Resources for Nuclear Power
Nuclear Science and Technology for Better Health

Top Stories and News

Improving Access to Synchrotron Beamlines

21 October 2014 | The intense beam of X-rays created by a particle accelerator known as a synchrotron is crucial for certain types of research, but with demand for research use exceeding supply, it is hard to access for many scientists. Read more →

IAEA to Help West African Countries Diagnose Ebola

14 October 2014 | The IAEA will provide specialized diagnostic equipment to help Sierra Leone in its efforts to combat an ongoing Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) outbreak, IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano announced today. Read more →

Towards Better, More Accurate Radioactivity Measurement

9 October 2014 | Joining a network of expert laboratories is the quickest way for scientists to rapidly gain expertise and competence in radioactivity measurement while ensuring consistency of data. Read more →


Nuclear Forensics - Interview with David Smith

| David Smith, Scientific Secretary for the International Conference on Advances in Nuclear Forensics held in Vienna from 7 to 10 July 2014, explains the purpose and desired outcomes of the Conference. Watch video →

Conditioning of Radioactive Sources in Montenegro - IAEA Mission in June 2014

| In June 2014, the IAEA helped Montenegro to prepare over 90 radioactive sources for safe and secure storage. These sealed sources were contained in devices that were used primarily for lightning rods. View Photos →

Conditioning Disused Radioactive Sources

| Lightning rods are used to protect buildings from lightning strikes. In the past, such rods were manufactured to include a radioactive source. Now the IAEA is helping Montenegro to remove these sources and manage them safely. Listen →