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Designing and Evaluating Interventions to Reduce Obesity and Related Health Risks in Africa: How Nuclear Techniques Can Help
20 October 2016 | At the request of twelve Member States in the Africa region, an IAEA technical cooperation project has been carried out between 2012 and 2016 with the aim of building capacities in the use of stable isotope techniques to assess body fat, total energy expenditure and physical activity. Read more»
Introducing the IAEA’s Technical Cooperation Programme: Annual Seminar for Diplomats Takes Place
19 October 2016 | The seventh annual Seminar on Technical Cooperation for Diplomats took place on 6 October 2016, and brought together almost 40 delegates from 25 Permanent Missions in Vienna. Read more»
Regional/Cooperative Agreements support enhanced inter-Agreement collaboration and establish new Quadripartite Forum
13 October 2016 | A Quadripartite Meeting between the four Regional/Cooperative Agreements AFRA, ARASIA, ARCAL and RCA has taken place on 29 September 2016, on the margins of the 60th regular session of the IAEA General Conference. Read more»
Save the date and register now for the first International Conference on the IAEA Technical Cooperation Programme: Sixty Years and Beyond - Contributing to Development
12 October 2016 | The IAEA is organizing its first ever International Conference on the IAEA Technical Cooperation Programme, which will take place in May 2017. Read more»
IAEA Curricula for Nuclear Medicine Professionals, Improving Nuclear Medicine Worldwide
03 October 2016 | The IAEA Curricula for Nuclear Medicine Professionals (ICNMP), developed to address the training needs of these professionals, was presented on 27 September 2016 at the Vienna International Centre, during the  60th General Conference at a side event titled ‘ICNMP: Elevating Learning through Innovative Strategies’. Read more»

Inspiring tomorrow’s scientists: The IAEA presents a new nuclear science and technology educational resource package for secondary schools
30 September 2016 | Tomorrow’s scientists are today’s students, and how can we inspire the next generation to choose science as a career? That’s the question that a new educational resource package developed by the IAEA in partnership with education and communication experts from around the world aims to answer. Read more»
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