The annual IAEA General Conference welcomes delegates and governmental representatives attending the week-long event that commences on Monday, 22 September 2014 at the Agency's headquarters in Vienna, Austria. Read more → :: Director General Statement →
The IAEA Board of Governors concluded its third meeting of the year at the Agency's headquarters in Vienna, Austria. Read more →
In cooperation with the Nuclear Energy Corporation of South Africa (NECSA), the IAEA recently organized an interregional training course in Pretoria, South Africa, to provide participants with hands-on training in conditioning Category 1 and 2 disused sealed radioactive sources (DSRS). Read more →
Senior international nuclear safety and radiation protection experts concluded an eight-day IAEA mission to review the regulatory framework for nuclear and radiation safety at the Slovenian Nuclear Safety Administration (SNSA). Read more →
Uranium 2014: Resources, Production and Demand, the 25th edition of the Red Book, is a recognised world reference on uranium and was published today by the IAEA and the Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Read more →
The IAEA is helping policymakers and experts from around the world coordinate their efforts to improve nuclear security, manage radioactive sources and combat nuclear terrorism. Go to Coverage →
Over the past several years, there has been a resurgence of interest in nuclear power, both from countries with established nuclear power programmes and countries that are interested in beginning a programme. Go to Coverage →
Cancer is fast becoming a major global health problem. It is estimated that by 2020 there will be some 15 million new cancer cases a year, the majority of them in developing countries. Go to Coverage →
Resources and other relevant information on the IAEA Peaceful Uses Initiative (PUI). Go to Coverage →
Behind These Doors
7 July 2014 | The eight IAEA Nuclear Applications Laboratories in Seibersdorf, Austria, are unique in the United Nations system. They address fundamental global challenges such as food security and safety, climate change, cancer and environmental pollution. Since their establishment in 1962, these laboratories have not received any comprehensive renovation or significant upgrading of equipment. Now a project is underway to renovate these labs.
Books and Publications
Radioactive Waste: Meeting the Challenge
The September 2014 issue of the IAEA Bulletin is now available.
IAEA Annual Report for 2013
Summarizing and highlighting developments over the past year in major areas of the Agency's work.
Understanding Nuclear Forensics
Explaining the basics of nuclear forensics with five simple questions and answers.
Bringing the IAEA Nuclear Sciences and Applications Laboratories in Seibersdorf to Meet 21st Century Challenges
The June 2014 issue of the IAEA Bulletin is now available.
IAEA At Work
IAEA in Overview: Using Nuclear Technologies Peacefully.
Sealed Radioactive Sources
Information, Resources and Advice for Key Groups About Preventing Loss of Control Over Sealed Radioactive Sources.
Protecting Our Marine Environment
The September 2013 issue of the IAEA Bulletin is now available.
Country Nuclear Power Profiles
The Country Nuclear Power Profiles (CNPP) compiles background information on the status and development of nuclear power programmes in Member States.