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IAEA Joins Commemoration of 35 Years of Vienna International Centre

22 August 2014 | Crowding around tables packed with IAEA information materials and instruments used to measure radiation, visitors waiting for free guided tours at a recent Open Day at the Vienna International Centre (VIC) bounced off questions about the Agency, nuclear matters and radiation in general. Read more →

IAEA Transfers Knowledge Management Assist Visit Methodology to China

19 August 2014 | 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 →

Climate Change in Polar and Mountainous Regions

18 August 2014 | Studies show that some of the areas most vulnerable to climate change are the Earth's polar and mountainous regions. 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 →

IAEA Helps Zanzibar to Improve Rice Varieties

| In Zanzibar agriculture is the main source of income for around 70 percent of the population. View Photos →

Mining Uranium

| Uranium is the fuel used in nuclear power plants to generate electricity. Mining uranium comes with its own challenges and concerns and this was the topic of discussion at a symposium held at the IAEA. Listen →