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IAEA Helps Member States in Europe Develop Insect Pest Control Protocols
27 March 2018 | The spread of invasive mosquito species within Europe has increased substantially since the late 1990s, due to the growing impact of climate change. Read more»
IAEA Trains Trainers in Building Competencies for Nuclear Infrastructure Development
23 March 2018 | Developing and maintaining a safe and sustainable nuclear power programme requires a wide range of national competencies that countries embarking on a new nuclear power programme need to acquire. Read more»
Preparing for the Safe and Effective Decommissioning of Small Facilities that Use Radioactive Materials and Sources in the Europe Region
22 March 2018 | Participants in a new regional IAEA technical cooperation project on the planning and conduct of decommissioning projects in the Europe and Central Asia region have met in Nicosia, Cyprus. Read more»
Enhancing Burundi’s Access to Reliable Nuclear Information
21 March 2018 | Burundi’s access and contributions to reliable, up-to-date nuclear information were recently given a boost with the provision of training and IT equipment by the IAEA to the country's newly launched International Nuclear Information System (INIS) centre. Read more»
Status Report Released on the New World Screw Worm in Latin America
20 March 2018 | A status report (in Spanish) on the New World screwworm (NWS) has just been released by participants of an IAEA project, presenting the current state of the NWS in Latin America, together with future activities and expected benefits of the project. Read more»
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