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Recycling Radioactive Sources to Support Cancer Treatments

Canada will recycle disused radioactive sources from Thailand in order to support innovative cancer treatments, as part of an international IAEA initiative. Read more →

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Update 238-IAEA Director General Statement on Situation in Ukraine

Staff of Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP) experienced further hardships because of the military conflict this week, with yet another power outage in the nearby city of Enerhodar and a shortage of tap water also affecting their workplace, Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said today. Read more →

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Japan’s ALPS Treated Water Release Continues to Meet International Safety Standards, IAEA Task Force Confirms in New Report

The discharge of treated water from Japan's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station continues to comply with international safety standards, the IAEA Task Force confirmed today. Read more →

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What are Radioactive Sources?

Radioactive sources contain radioactive material of a particular radionuclide (an unstable form of an element emitting radiation), which can vary based on the application for which the source was manufactured. Read more →

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Cambodia Researches Cultural Heritage with Nuclear Techniques

Cambodia is home to many unique cultural sites, four of which are recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. However, this heritage is at risk of deterioration, damage or loss due to the country’s tropical climate. See how Cambodia is conserving its cultural heritage using nuclear techniques, with support from the IAEA. Read more →

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World Youth Skills Day: IAEA Challenge Supports the Next Generation of STEM Workforce

In the run up to World Youth Skills Day, young science-enthusiasts came to the IAEA to share their ideas for cultivating a future nuclear workforce with the right skills to meet global challenges. Read more →

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