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Update 232 – IAEA Director General Statement on Situation in Ukraine

The International Atomic Energy Agency rotated its teams at Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP) today. Since the Agency established a continued presence at the site in September 2022, 20 teams of experts have crossed the frontline of the conflict in Ukraine to reach the plant, Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi said. Read more →

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IAEA Mission Recognizes Canada’s Robust Regulatory Framework for Safety, Encourages Continued Improvements

An International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) team of experts said Canada has a comprehensive and robust regulatory framework for nuclear and radiation safety. The team also encouraged continued efforts to further align regulatory policies with the IAEA safety standards. Read more →

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IAEA Head Speaks to Insurance Companies: “There is a Global Consensus that Nuclear Should be Accelerated”

IAEA Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi is in Switzerland this week to engage with insurance executives about the potential of nuclear power. Read more →

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Verifying Spent Nuclear Fuel in Deep Geological Repositories

Countries embrace nuclear power for low-carbon energy, driving advanced deep geological repository programmes. Led by pioneers like Canada and Finland, collaboration with the IAEA helps to ensure safe nuclear material management for a cleaner energy future. Read more →

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International Conference on Spent Fuel Management Starts Today

A major conference on managing spent nuclear fuel from power reactors is taking place at the IAEA this week. This year the conference will focus on national strategies for managing spent fuel, including from advanced technologies such as small modular reactors (SMRs), and how this supports an increased role for nuclear power in the global energy mix.   Read more →

Sterile Aedes aegypti males inside a bucket ready for release on Captiva Island, Lee County, Florida, USA (Source: LCMCD, USA).
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Sterile Insect Technique Used to Supress Mosquito Disease Vectors in Florida

Sterile mosquitoes are being used to suppress mosquitoes that have become resistant to insecticide in Fort Myers, Florida in the United States of America. Read more →

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