Photo Essays

Research reactors have often more than research functions, they are used for education and training, material testing and modification, and for the production of radioisotopes for medical and industrial applications. Like nuclear power reactors, research reactors are required to adhere to the highest safety standards. The 5MW Jordan Research and Training Reactor (JRTR) is the latest of this kind. It was built on the campus of the Jordan University for Science and Technology and received the operation license on 12 November 2017.
12 January 2018 Jordan’s New Research Reactor: A Virtual Tour View essay →
21 December 2017 Helping Trade while Keeping Sri Lanka Secure: the IAEA’s Tool for Radiation Alarm and Commodity Evaluation (TRACE) View essay →
14 December 2017 Argentina Tackles Fly Pests Using Nuclear Technology View essay →
7 December 2017 Costa Rica Uses Nuclear Science to Help Green its Pineapple Sector View essay →
4 December 2017 Securing Nuclear Material and Nuclear Facilities: Applying IAEA Guidance View essay →
The IAEA monitors nuclear material and facilities around the world to provide credible assurances that nuclear technology is only used for peaceful purposes. Over 800 people work at the IAEA Department of Safeguards, each bringing their own unique skills and background. This photo essay highlights six of our staff members: two inspectors, a systems engineer, a spectrometry specialist, a safeguards containment engineer and an IT systems analyst. These are just some of the faces of safeguards who work to make sure that the IAEA fulfils its mission.
22 November 2017 Faces of Safeguards View essay →
21 November 2017 A Look Inside the Heart: Nuclear Medicine in Argentina View essay →
19 June 2017 Central African Republic — Using Nuclear Techniques for Development, Amid Obstacles View essay →
1 June 2017 Successful Control of the Mediterranean Fruit Fly in Jordan View essay →
18 May 2017 Radiation Medicine and Technology: Cancer Care in Jordan View essay →
27 April 2017 Scientists Uncover Groundwater in the Sahel View essay →
The construction contract for ReNuAL was signed in spring 2016. From April to June, the electrical infrastructure required to support the new laboratory buildings in Seibersdorf and their construction was laid.
2 February 2017 ReNuAL Construction Progress View essay →

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