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How Weight in Chile Became a Problem and How Nuclear Techniques Helped

About 80 million people in Latin America are covered, to one extent or another, by national nutrition programmes. Read more →

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Stable Isotope Techniques Used to Study Link Between Gut Health and Child Growth

A large proportion of the population in low- and middle income countries lives in an environment characterized by poor water, sanitation and hygiene conditions, which contribute to growth retardation in children. Read more →

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IAEA Isotope Browser App Now Available in Multiple Languages

Scientists and professionals in nuclear-related areas from all over the world can now use the IAEA Isotope Browser mobile application in all six official United Nations languages as well as in Italian, Japanese, Slovenian and traditional Chinese. Read more →

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Benin Resumes Pineapple Exports — With the Help of Nuclear Techniques

Benin's farmers can again export pineapples to the European Union, their most lucrative market, following the set-up of a food safety surveillance system with the help of the IAEA and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Read more →

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DR Congo Scientists Control Avian Influenza Outbreak Using Nuclear Techniques

Scientists in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DR Congo) have identified a new outbreak of avian influenza using highly specific and sensitive nuclear-derived techniques. Read more →

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