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The IAEA works to promote safe, secure and peaceful nuclear technologies.
The IAEA works to promote safe, secure and peaceful nuclear technologies.

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You may have heard Bill Gates talking about desalinating seawater to make it drinkable, but did you know nuclear power can be used to do that?
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Radioactive sources can change a lot of hands when imported and exported, but this guidance doc helps ensure they're kept safe and secure every step of the way.
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Nuclear energy systems have complex physical and institutional infrastructures that easily span several human generations. Learn how this new tool will make their planning and development easier.
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As of 2017, there were 448 operating nuclear power reactors worldwide. Do you know how many new reactors were connected to the grid? Or how about how much electrical capacity they have? Get the most recent facts & stats now!
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πŸ“’ Deadline extended!

Create beautiful data visualizations and help further fusion research. Submit an idea! You could win €5,000πŸ₯‡.
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Learn how €41 million worth of new technology will help prevent the spread of nuclear weapons.
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Once a fusion plant can generate electricity, how do you connect it to the electricity grid? That’s what 60 top experts discussed last week.
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20 Eastern European and Central Asian countries are now upping their use of radiation for food and industrial irradiation and the production of medical supplies.
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#IranDeal

β€œAs of today, the IAEA can confirm that the nuclear-related commitments are being implemented by Iran.”

Read the full statement on developments related to the JCPOA.
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By counting atoms in food and the people who eat them, nutrition scientists in Thailand are getting new, precise data on the human body’s daily needs for energy, protein, fat, vitamins, and minerals.
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