Scientific Forum 2015: Mexico and France Save 2000-year-old ‘Fragile Old Man’ Sculpture Using Nuclear Techniques

 During an excavation in 2001 in Becán, a Maya civilization site located in Campeche State in south-eastern Mexico, a 2000-year-old wooden more


Turkish students of NRNU MEPhİ returned to study after holydays

 A new academic year has begun for the Turkish students of the Russian National Research Nuclear University MEPhİ under the program to train specialists more


IAEA Publishes Annual Report for 2014

 Along with an examination of the state of worldwide nuclear-related developments last year, the IAEA Annual Report 2014 provides a comprehensive more


IAEA Publishes Technical Cooperation Report for 2014

 The IAEA provided development assistance to 131 countries and territories in 2014, seven more than 2013, according to the IAEA’s Technical more


IAEA Reviews Kenya’s Nuclear Power Infrastructure Development

 An International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) team of experts has concluded an 8-day mission to review infrastructure development for a nuclear power more


Women in Nuclear Meet Atoms for Peace

 Too little has happened in terms of gender equality in the nuclear field since the days of Marie Curie, and now is the time to change that, argued more