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63rd IAEA General Conference to Begin on Monday; Acting DG Calls for Renewed Commitment to Mandate

Strengthening the effectiveness of safeguards implementation and making more use of nuclear science and technology for development are some of the topics that delegates from the IAEA’s Member States will discuss at the Agency’s 63rd General Conference in Vienna from 16-20 September. Read more →

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IAEA Mission Recognizes Canada’s Commitment to Safety, Sees Areas for Enhancement

An International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) team of experts said Canada is committed to strengthening its regulatory framework for nuclear and radiation safety. The team also noted areas for further enhancement. Read more →

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Peer Review Service for Emergency Preparedness and Response Reaches 20 Year Milestone

A review service assessing emergency preparedness for nuclear and radiological emergencies in countries around the world is 20 years old this year. Itcontinues to generate interest from Member States, who invite IAEA experts and other peers to assess their preparedness and response plans. Read more →

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U.S. Grant Helps Optimize Nuclear Technique to Reduce Disease-Transmitting Mosquito Populations

Using a nuclear technique applied at a large scale against agricultural pests around the world to control disease-transmitting mosquitoes has been an elusive goal for scientists over the last decade. Read more →

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From Constant Pain to Walking again: The Story of a Radiation Patient

In 1997, a radiological accident in Lilo, Georgia resulted in the exposure of 11 people to high doses of radiation over an extended period of time. Read more →

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