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Global Uranium Supply Can Meet Projected Demand, NEA and IAEA Say in New Report

The world’s supply of uranium is more than adequate to meet projected requirements for the foreseeable future, regardless of the role that nuclear energy ultimately plays in meeting future electricity demand and global climate objectives. However, significant investment and technical expertise will be required to ensure these uranium resources can be brought into production in a timely manner, including from mines currently under care and maintenance. Read more →

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New IAEA Database to Help Countries Tackle Growing Obesity Crisis

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) this week launched a database aimed at helping countries devise better health policies to combat a growing obesity epidemic worldwide. Read more →


Using Nuclear Science to Control Animal Diseases

Sick animals can threaten the health of people. Diseases such as avian influenza, Ebola and rabies are becoming more frequent. But nuclear-derived techniques can detect the virus in 24 hours allowing farmers to isolate and treat infected animals quickly. Read more →

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IAEA Concludes Long-Term Operational Safety Review at Armenia’s Nuclear Power Plant

An International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) team of experts has completed a review of long-term operational safety at the Armenian Nuclear Power Plant (ANPP). Read more →

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A Health Policy with Atomic Precision in Mauritius

For many countries, growing wealth often means growing waistlines and the accompanying preventable diseases. To better understand the impact of nutrition on national health, countries like Mauritius are turning to nuclear techniques. Read more →

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