In the aftermath of the IAEA's Nobel Peace Prize, hopes run high. The prestigious prize strengthened the IAEA's hand as a trusted international authority in the public eye – and raised expectations for carrying the public trust. This edition features some of that recharged spirit and highlights projects where it fed high hopes that spawned visible results.
The IAEA Bulletin takes a closer look at one of the Agency´s most ambitious
projects — a strategic effort to upgrade national infrastructures
for radiation protection.
Fred Mettler, a leading medical authority, revisits Chernobyl’s
health picture from personal and professional perspectives.
Ukrainian teacher and mother, Lily Poberezhska, recalls
the moments, days and years following the Chernobyl accident.
Crisis communicator Peter Sandman looks back on the USA´s
1979 Three Mile Island accident.
It was "glitz and glam," solemnity and celebration, voices of peace and
messages of hope - this special section takes you behind and in front of
the scenes at the 2005 Nobel Peace Prize festivities in Oslo, Norway.
Nobel Laureate Burton Richter weighs in on the promise
and problems of nuclear energy.
Chairman of the International Nuclear Safety Group, Richard Meserve,
takes a look at the safety record of nuclear power and sees no room for
The IAEA’s Carolyn MacKenzie explains how one initiative
is supporting national communication efforts for the management of radioactive