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The IAEA provides access to a wide variety of databases and scientific resources. A central portal is NUCLEUS, which assembles over 130 IAEA scientific, technical and regulatory resources, including databases, applications, publications and training material. Other databases give access to nuclear scientific data and information on nuclear energy-related issues.

IDIDAS provides information on the doses of radiation applied for insect disinfestation and sterilization to mites and insect pests of crops and veterinary and human importance. 

The International Nuclear and Radiological Event Scale (INES) is a tool for promptly communicating to the public in consistent terms the safety significance of reported nuclear and radiological incidents and accidents, excluding naturally occurring phenomena such as radon.

INIS hosts one of the world's largest collections of published information on the peaceful uses of nuclear science and technology. It offers online access to over 4 million bibliographic references and 500,000 full-text documents. 

IRMIS is a mechanism for the reporting and visualisation of large quantities of environmental radiation monitoring data during nuclear or radiological emergencies.

The objective of the project is to prepare and distribute a standardised, updated and benchmarked evaluated cross section library of neutron dosimetry reactions with uncertainty information (IRDF-2002) for use in lifetime management assessments of nuclear power reactors and other applications.

​InTouch+ is an online facility serving prospective event participants, nominators and approvers from the IAEA’s Member States. InTouch+ is the improved and expanded successor to the Technical Cooperation Department’s InTouch platform.

Contains most of the available experimental nuclear cross-sections relevant to Ion Beam Analysis. Excitation functions are presented both as graphs and data files. Data collection is a result of merging SigmaBase and NRABASE.

This is a wiki-style knowledge base on the relevant information for atomic, molecular and plasma-material interaction data for fusion applications.

This is a workshop on further needs in the area of Leadership and Culture taken at the technical meeting in April 2008 at the IAEA in Vienna, Austria. 

LiveChart is an interactive chart of the nuclides - nuclear structure and decay properties of all known nuclides are presented through a user-friendly graphical interface.

The IAEA's Marine Information System (MARiS) allows the search and recovery of more than 528,000 measurements of radioactivity data in the marine environment found in seawater, biota, sediment and suspended matter.

The IAEA's Marine Information System (MARiS) allows the search and recovery of more than 528,000 measurements of radioactivity data in the marine environment found in seawater, biota, sediment and suspended matter.

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