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Advances in Nuclear Forensics - Security Through Science
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Nuclear and Atomic Data - Providing Values for Science
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Quality Nutrition -  How the IAEA Contributes
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Building Human Resources for Nuclear Power
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Nuclear Science and Technology for Better Health
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Atoms for Peace - Contributing to Peace, Health and Prosperity
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Nuclear Power - Building for the Future
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Cancer - Debunk the Myths
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Mitigating Climate Change With Nuclear Technologies
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Top Stories and News


IAEA Issues Annual Report for 2013

24 July 2014 | The IAEA's wide range of technical and scientific activities being carried out in continued support of the needs of its Member States, and a review of developments related to nuclear issues are among the highlights of the recently-released Annual Report for 2013. Read more →

IAEA Takes Part in Canadian Nuclear Emergency Exercise

17 July 2014 | IAEA staff gathered at the Agency's Incident and Emergency Centre (IEC) recently joined more than 50 Canadian government agencies and regional organizations for a three-day exercise that involved a mock emergency at the Darlington Nuclear Generating Station in Ontario province. Read more →

Building on a Decade of Emergency Preparedness Review Missions

15 July 2014 | Being prepared for radiological and nuclear emergencies and ready to mitigate their effects is a challenge for all countries. Read more →

Multimedia


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 →

The Rice is Right

| In Zanzibar farmers are growing a new variety of rice that was created using nuclear technology. The rice variety has a higher yield than other varieties and is proving to be really popular in the tropical island. Listen →