The Evolving Landscape
of Nuclear Security

Anita Nilsson explains how the international nuclear security paradigm is extending its reach.

 

Smart Protection

Madan M. Rehani suggests that an electronic "Smart Card" could serve as a digital medical record of radiation exposure for patients.

From Our Archives:
Nuclear Power Redux

In 1986, nuclear's contribution to electricity supply was growing and a nuclear expansion seemed to be under way.

CONTENTS

IAEA Bulletin Vol. 50-2

1

Path Towards the Future

Ruud Lubbers outlines the considerations on the future role of the IAEA that emerged from its 11th Scientific Forum... Read More

2

Protecting the Oceans

The world's scientific community is calling for urgent actions to halt rising levels of acidity in the oceans... Read More

3

Sustaining Food Security

Werner Burkart explains how science and technology can help meet the world's food production needs... Read More

4

Nuclear Science for Food Security

Crops developed through nuclear technologies provide much needed food as well as millions of dollars in economic benefits... Read More

5

A Global Challenge

According to Tomihiro Taniguchi, nuclear activities are increasingly multinational, no longer confined to the borders of one country... Read More

6

The Evolving Landscape of Nuclear Security

Anita Nilsson explains how the international nuclear security paradigm is extending its reach... Read More

7

The Peer View

Dana Sacchetti provides an insight into how the IAEA is supporting safety advancements in nuclear infrastructures through its OSART programme... Read More

8

Smart Protection

Madan M. Rehani suggests that an electronic "Smart Card" could serve as a digital medical record of radiation exposure for patients... Read More

9

Cancer: Where IAEA is Involved

The IAEA is helping low-resource countries fight the growing cancer crisis... Read More

10

Stronger Together, Weaker Apart

For the IAEA collaboration is key in the global fight against cancer, writes Angela Leuker... Read More

11

Fighting Malnutrition

Alan Jackson describes how nuclear technologies are helping scientists to understand, treat and prevent malnutrition wherever this scourge might be afflicting children... Read More

12

Breeding Crops for Better Nutrition

Yassir Islam and Christine Hotz on IAEA-supported research partnerships that are focusing on "biofortification"... Read More

13

Communities Helping Themselves

Yoshio Matsuki reports on how, more than two decades after the Chernobyl accident, people living in the affected regions are slowly taking control of their lives... Read More

14

Hanging Questions

Sharon Squassoni explains why a nuclear renaissance would require significant changes by both governments and multinational agencies as well as aggressive financial support... Read More

15

Pages from the Past: Nuclear Power Redux

In 1986, nuclear's contribution to electricity supply was growing and a nuclear expansion seemed to be under way. An excerpt from the IAEA Bulletin archives... Read More

16

Unfair Trade

Matti Tarvainen describes how nuclear trade analysis may provide early indications of proliferation... Read More

17

The Tools of Today and Tomorrow

Dana Sacchetti takes a look at the evolution of the technology employed by safeguards inspectors for their work -- where they've been, and what the future holds for verification tools... Read More

18

M is for Meetings

The Vienna International Centre gets a dedicated conference facility... Read More

19

IAEA on Canvas

American artist Lisa Ruyter finds inspiration at the IAEA Board of Governor meetings... Read More

20

Art and Radiation

A travelling exhibition combines science and art to artistically interpret the concepts of radiation and radiation protection... Read More

21

Nuclear Humour

Josef Kobra Kucera published a collection of cartoons inspired by nuclear power under the title "Nuclear Smiles." ... Read More