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IAEA Launches Report Highlighting Achievements in South-South and Triangular Cooperation

The IAEA has launched a report showcasing how the application of science and technology through cooperation among developing countries is helping countries achieve their development objectives. Read more →

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World Water Day 2019: 'Leaving no one Behind'

The theme of this year’s World Water Day — ‘Leaving no one behind’ — addresses the reasons why millions of people continue to live without access to safe water at home. Read more →

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Hunting for Viruses in Sierra Leone with the Help of Nuclear Technology

After suffering from a devastating Ebola outbreak in 2014, veterinary scientists in Sierra Leone are training their peers from around Africa to catch, sample and diagnose — using nuclear-derived techniques — potentially virus-transmitting bats. Read more →

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Vietnamese Authorities Control Spread of African Swine Fever with the Use of Nuclear-derived Techniques

The pork industry in Viet Nam has escaped the recent wave of African Swine Fever (ASF) and other animal diseases hitting Southeast Asia thanks to quick action by researchers at the National Centre for Veterinary Diagnosis (NCVD). Read more →

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IAEA Supports a Revival of Cuba's Food Irradiation Services

Cuba’s fruit exports are set to increase with the reinstatement of former food irradiation capacities on the island. Read more →

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