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19 September 2018
Improved regulation of power plant maintenance in Hungary, higher levels of safety in the transportation of neutron sources  in Slovakia and a new network of young nuclear professionals to exchange best practices – these are some of the concrete outcomes of the four-year old Intercontinental Nuclear Institute (INI) that were discussed at a panel discussion dedicated to the impact of INI on young nuclear professionals.
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A panel of INI graduates, an INI co-director and IAEA experts shared their experience of the program at a side event to the 62nd IAEA General Conference on 19 September, 2018.

How Intercontinental Nuclear Institute Program Strengthens Young Nuclear Professionals Careers

Improved regulation of power plant maintenance in Hungary, higher levels of safety in the transportation of neutron sources in Slovakia and a new network of young nuclear professionals to exchange best practices – these are some of the concrete outcomes of the four-year old Intercontinental Nuclear Institute (INI) that were discussed at a panel discussion dedicated to the impact of INI on young nuclear professionals.

7 June 2018

安全监管者的实际操作培训:深入了解原子能机构支持 (英文)

Participants from nuclear regulatory bodies around the world learned about the fundamentals of regulatory inspections for nuclear power plants during a two-week workshop organized by the IAEA.

7 June 2018

Практическое обучение сотрудников регулирующих органов: обзор механизмов оказания поддержки со стороны МАГАТЭ (на англ. языке)

Participants from nuclear regulatory bodies around the world learned about the fundamentals of regulatory inspections for nuclear power plants during a two-week workshop organized by the IAEA.

7 June 2018

Hands-on Training for Safety Regulators: An Insight into IAEA Support

Participants from nuclear regulatory bodies around the world learned about the fundamentals of regulatory inspections for nuclear power plants during a two-week workshop organized by the IAEA.

7 June 2018

Formation pratique pour les organismes de réglementation de la sûreté : aperçu de l’appui fourni par l’AIEA (en anglais)

Participants from nuclear regulatory bodies around the world learned about the fundamentals of regulatory inspections for nuclear power plants during a two-week workshop organized by the IAEA.

7 June 2018

تدريب عملي لرقابيي الأمان: نظرة متعمقة عن الدعم الذي تقدِّمه الوكالة (باللغة الإنكليزية)

Participants from nuclear regulatory bodies around the world learned about the fundamentals of regulatory inspections for nuclear power plants during a two-week workshop organized by the IAEA.

7 June 2018

Capacitación práctica en reglamentación de la seguridad: Una idea clara del apoyo del OIEA (en inglés)

Participants from nuclear regulatory bodies around the world learned about the fundamentals of regulatory inspections for nuclear power plants during a two-week workshop organized by the IAEA.

5 June 2018
While the visible impact of large plastic debris on marine environments has been well documented, the potential harm caused by microplastics is much less clear. Nuclear and isotopic techniques can provide valuable information on their impact and the risk to marine organisms and, ultimately, humans. This information can be used by governments as input into making policy decisions. 

The small coral nubbin on this photo is part of the marine plastics experimental work at the IAEA Environment Laboratories in Monaco.

2018年世界海洋日:核技术揭示微塑料如何污染我们的海洋 (英文)

While the visible impact of large plastic debris on marine environments has been well documented, the potential harm caused by microplastics is much less clear

5 June 2018
While the visible impact of large plastic debris on marine environments has been well documented, the potential harm caused by microplastics is much less clear. Nuclear and isotopic techniques can provide valuable information on their impact and the risk to marine organisms and, ultimately, humans. This information can be used by governments as input into making policy decisions. 

The small coral nubbin on this photo is part of the marine plastics experimental work at the IAEA Environment Laboratories in Monaco.

World Environment Day 2018: Nuclear Techniques Reveal How Microplastics Pollute our Oceans

While the visible impact of large plastic debris on marine environments has been well documented, the potential harm caused by microplastics is much less clear

5 June 2018
While the visible impact of large plastic debris on marine environments has been well documented, the potential harm caused by microplastics is much less clear. Nuclear and isotopic techniques can provide valuable information on their impact and the risk to marine organisms and, ultimately, humans. This information can be used by governments as input into making policy decisions. 

The small coral nubbin on this photo is part of the marine plastics experimental work at the IAEA Environment Laboratories in Monaco.

Journée mondiale de l'environnement 2018 : des techniques nucléaires donnent de nouveaux éléments sur la pollution des océans par les microplastiques (en anglais)

While the visible impact of large plastic debris on marine environments has been well documented, the potential harm caused by microplastics is much less clear

5 June 2018
While the visible impact of large plastic debris on marine environments has been well documented, the potential harm caused by microplastics is much less clear. Nuclear and isotopic techniques can provide valuable information on their impact and the risk to marine organisms and, ultimately, humans. This information can be used by governments as input into making policy decisions. 

The small coral nubbin on this photo is part of the marine plastics experimental work at the IAEA Environment Laboratories in Monaco.

Всемирный день окружающей среды 2018: ядерные технологии демонстрируют, как микропластик загрязняет океаны (на англ. языке)

While the visible impact of large plastic debris on marine environments has been well documented, the potential harm caused by microplastics is much less clear

5 June 2018
While the visible impact of large plastic debris on marine environments has been well documented, the potential harm caused by microplastics is much less clear. Nuclear and isotopic techniques can provide valuable information on their impact and the risk to marine organisms and, ultimately, humans. This information can be used by governments as input into making policy decisions. 

The small coral nubbin on this photo is part of the marine plastics experimental work at the IAEA Environment Laboratories in Monaco.

يوم البيئة العالمي لعام ٢٠١٨: التقنيات النووية تكشف كيفية تلويث المواد البلاستيكية لمحيطاتنا (باللغة الإنكليزية)

While the visible impact of large plastic debris on marine environments has been well documented, the potential harm caused by microplastics is much less clear

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