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Ambassadors Tour IAEA Laboratories in Monaco

Ambassadors and representatives from 36 Member States, more than ever before, visited the IAEA Environment Laboratories in Monaco last Friday, commemorating 20 years since the laboratories' relocation to their present premises at Port Hercule. Read more →

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How Climate Change Affects Water Resources in Costa Rica

Sitting on the thin stretch of land that separates the Pacific from the Caribbean, Costa Rica has in recent years experienced above-average ocean temperatures and the first hurricane ever recorded. Read more →

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Call for papers: Abstracts for the IAEA International Conference on the Management of Spent Fuel due 4 November

Scientists, designers, operators, regulators, policy makers, and experts within the field of spent fuel management will exchange information on national spent fuel management strategies, to evaluate to what extent advances in the management of spent fuel can overcome current issues, and to identify expected future challenges and possible ways of meeting them. Read more →

How much will these children from the Eastern Philippines know about nuclear science and technology when they graduate from high school? 
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Quite a bit – according to new plans by the Philippine Nuclear Research Institute (PNRI) of the Department of Science and Technology and the country's Department of Education, who are working on rolling out a nuclear science and technology education programme that has been piloted in selected schools in the capital region. 
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The teaching material and its lesson exemplars were developed as part of an IAEA technical cooperation project involving several countries across Asia.
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Philippines Pilot School Programme Promotes Nuclear Science and Technology Education

How much will children from the Eastern Philippines know about nuclear science and technology when they graduate from high school? Read more →

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IAEA Reviews Belarus's Emergency Preparedness and Response Framework

An International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) team of experts today concluded a 10-day mission to review Belarus’s preparedness and response arrangements for nuclear and radiological emergencies. The Emergency Preparedness Review (EPREV) was carried out at the request of the Government of Belarus. Read more →

Director General Yukiya Amano

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