World Food Day: How Nuclear Techniques Can Help to Combat Poverty and Hunger

 In many parts of the world, extreme poverty disproportionately affects rural communities that rely on agriculture for their incomes. As the global more


Nuclear-Derived Techniques Improve Cattle Productivity and Milk Quality in Cameroon

 Yaoundé, Cameroon – Increasing agricultural production and improving the quality of milk and meat are key to combatting poverty and more


Winners in S. African national students’ contest on peaceful use of atomic energy visited Russian nuclear facilities

 During the period from October 11 to 14, students and postgraduate students of South African universities, winners in the national competition in the more


IAEA Mission Says Tanzania Faces Challenges in Radiation Safety Regulation

 An International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) team of experts said Tanzania’s Atomic Energy Commission (TAEC) faced several challenges in building more


The fifth group of students from Turkey arrived to Russia within the specialist training program for Akkuyu NPP

 The new (fifth) group of students from Turkey to the number of 78 persons arrived to Russia for training within the specialist training program for work more


Scientific Forum 2015: Ionizing Radiation as a Tool for Nanoscale Engineering

More than a dozen IAEA Member States are now using ionizing radiation to produce nanoparticles for use in agriculture, medicine, cosmetics and industrial more