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The Resilience and Safety of Nuclear Power in the Face of Extreme Events

Nuclear power plants are built to last. Read more →

Launched in 2021, the IAEA Preprint Repository enables faster access to the work of the organization. (Image: A.Vargas/IAEA)
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Over 60 Scientific Manuscripts by the IAEA Available in New Online Repository

Although many major research institutions and organizations have developed preprint repositories, the IAEA is one of the first international organizations to have launched its own. Read more →


Cosmic Ray Neutron Sensor (CRNS): From Cosmic Rays to Soil Moisture

This video explains how the galactic cosmic ray can be utilized for monitoring landscape soil moisture to improve agricultural water-management. Read more →

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IAEA to Support Peru in Battling Oil Spill, Director General Grossi Says

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will send experts and sophisticated monitoring equipment to help Peru assess and limit the environmental damage from a major oil spill in its coastal waters, Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi told the Foreign Minister of the South American nation today. Read more →

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New IAEA Report Presents Global Overview of Radioactive Waste and Spent Fuel Management

As a growing number of countries use nuclear technology to generate electricity and radioactive material for many other purposes, there is significant progress in the safe and effective management of radioactive waste and spent nuclear fuel arising from these activities, including the development of deep geological repositories (DGRs), an IAEA report has found. Read more →

Bulletin Article

Defending Against Zoonoses Through Food Safety

Since consumers cannot always see, taste or smell the threat of contaminated food, food safety laboratories around the world serve as a line of defence to prevent and halt the spread of harmful agents of diseases. Read more →

Latest info on COVID-19 from Austrian and Viennese authorities

Update as of 22 November: Vienna-based IAEA staff are advised to work from home. For more, click here.

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