Golden Wheat 'Greens' Kenya's Drylands

Infant Malnutrition Under the Nuclear Eye in Vienna

15 September 2008 | An IAEA meeting dedicated to the use of nuclear techniques in the study of human nutrition during pregnancy and early life begins today at the IAEA’s headquarters in Vienna, Austria.Full Story »


Nuclear's Great Expectations

11 September 2008 | The IAEA has revised upwards its nuclear power generation projections to 2030, while at the same time it reported that nuclear's share of global electricity generation dropped another percentage point in 2007 to 14%. Full Story »


Back to School with Nuclear Knowledge Management

1 September 2008 | A major IAEA-sponsored event in nuclear education begins this week, as the "School of Nuclear Knowledge Management" commences in Trieste, Italy. Full Story »

IAEA's Laboratory in Seibersdorf

Update: Tests Confirm No Radioactivity Release to Environment

29 August 2008 | Independent analysis has confirmed that there was no release of radioactive material to the environment following an incident at the IAEA's Seibersdorf Laboratory on 3 August. Press Release »

Protecting Those Who Heal

Protecting Those Who Heal

29 August 2008 | Patients are not the only ones at risk during cardiac procedures. Doctors performing heart surgery also face health risks, namely to their eyes. Full Story »

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In Zaragoza, It's Water, Water Everywhere
26 August 2008 | The IAEA is in Spain this week at the Zaragoza International Expo on Water and Sustainable Development, where the organization is demonstrating its initiatives in water and development. Full Story » :: Watch Video »

Joining Forces for "Superfoods"
15 August 2008 | To fortify nutrition among the worlds poor, the IAEA and a global group of scientists and institutions called HarvestPlus have joined forces. Full Story »

World Food Needs Set the Table in Vienna
14 August 2008 | Scientists known as plant breeders report key strides in the search for higher yielding crops that can help meet the world's growing food needs. Full Story »

No Love for Deadly Mosquitoes
11 August 2008 | In steamy sites ranging from Sudan to Tahiti, Mozambique to the United States, researchers are studying the sex life of the male mosquito - in order to halt reproduction. Full Story »

Safety, Security at Olympic Games
8 August 2008 | China and the IAEA have been working closely as part of overall security preparations for the Olympic Games this summer. Full Story »

UAE Commits $10 Million to Nuclear Fuel Reserve Proposal
7 August 2008 | The United Arab Emirates recently pledged $10 million towards a fuel bank proposal originally launched by the Nuclear Threat Initiative in 2006.
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Photo Essays

In Vietnam Alongside Progress, a Battle for LifeIn Vietnam
Alongside progress, a battle for life. View Essay »

Greening Kenya's Drylands"Greening" Kenya's Drylands
Richer harvests take root in science, technology. View Essay »

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Goiânia's Legacy Two Decades On. View Video »

Spent FuelSpent HEU Fuel
On the Nuclear Train Leaving Prague. View Video »

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IAEA Podcast

SurgeonProtecting Those Who Heal
Protecting heart surgeons and other medical personnel. Listen »

MosquitoBirth Control for Mosquitos
Controlling malaria-transmitting mosquitoes in Africa. Listen »

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Books and Publications

IAEA Annual Report 2007IAEA Annual Report 2007
Highlighting nuclear safety, security, safeguards and development issues on the Agency's agenda. Report »

20/20 Vision for FutureIAEA Future
- 20/20 Vision for Future »
- Reinforcing Global Nuclear Order for Peace and Prosperity »

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Events & Meetings

29 September-4 October 2008
IAEA General Conference - 52nd Session, Vienna, Austria

30 September-1 October 2008
Scientific Forum: The Future Role of the IAEA, Vienna, Austria

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52nd GC



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