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World Book and Copyright Day 2021: Handbook for Medical Physicists Tops IAEA's List of Most Popular Publications

Over 4000 scientific and technical publications are available from the IAEA, covering a spectrum of topics in the peaceful uses of nuclear science and technology. Read more →

RAS 5084 - Assessing and Improving Soil and Water Quality to Minimize Land Degradation and Enhance Crop Productivity Using Nuclear Techniques (RCA)
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Living in Harmony with Mother Earth: User-Friendly Instant Tool Kit Helps Indian Farmers Determine Soil Organic Carbon

"To be a successful farmer, one must first know the nature of soil," ancient Greek historian Xenophon once wrote, and what was true in 400 BCE is true today; rich and fertile soil — necessary for producing healthy crops — relies on key soil components such as carbon.  Read more →

Cumulative Contributions to INIS by Country and International Organization
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IAEA Data Animation: INIS Scientific Database Evolution Proves Power of Global Cooperation

All for one and one for all: A new IAEA data animation demonstrates the power of global scientific collaboration, charting the 50-year evolution of the Agency's International Nuclear Information System (INIS) into one of the world's most comprehensive collections of scientific and technological literature which is now visited by around 8000 researchers every day. Read more →

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Nuclear Technology for Cancer Care

Around the world, one in six deaths is caused by cancer. Many countries are looking to the IAEA for support in comprehensive cancer care, equipment and training to address the growing cancer burden. Read more →

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New Publication Highlights Advances in Use of Nuclear Technique to Fight Insect Pests

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) have released a book reviewing major progress in the use of a nuclear technique to suppress agricultural pests and insect outbreaks that have become more frequent due to climate cha Read more →

Latest info on COVID-19 from Austrian and Viennese authorities

Update as of 16 April: Most of Vienna-based IAEA staff are working remotely until 2 May. For more, click here.

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