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Nuclear Science and Technology for Better Health
Atoms for Peace - Contributing to Peace, Health and Prosperity
Nuclear Power - Building for the Future
Cancer - Debunk the Myths
Mitigating Climate Change With Nuclear Technologies
Keeping Radioactive Sources Safe and Secure - Preventing Loss, Theft and Misuse
Eat Well Be Well

Nuclear Science Improves Children's Health and Well-Being.

57th IAEA General Conference
Protecting Our Marine Environment

Top Stories and News

Asian Cooperative Agreement Holds 36th Regional Meeting

15 April 2014 | Improving social, economic and environmental benefits is the shared objective of the RCA, a regional grouping of Asian countries which seeks to promote research, development and training related to nuclear science and technology. Read more →

Preserving Wellness: IAEA Activities in Health Care

15 April 2014 | Cancer, malaria, tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS, cardiovascular disease and malnutrition are major health concerns around the world. Read more →

IAEA Helping Diseased Hearts

15 April 2014 | The mosquito, the carrier of dengue and malaria, may be the world's most famous vector of disease but every year countless people are bitten in the night by a totally different kind of insect; a subfamily of bugs called Triatominae. Read more →


IAEA Safeguards – An Overview

| IAEA Deputy Director General and Head of the Department of Safeguards, Tero Varjoranta, discusses IAEA safeguards. He explains why they were introduced and how they are currently implemented. Watch video →

Coping with Cancer - Viet Nam's Story

| A key IAEA mandate is "to accelerate and enlarge the contribution of atomic energy to peace, health and prosperity." The IAEA carries out this responsibility through research and development activities, coordinated research projects, and through its Technical Cooperation programme. View Photos →

Small Bite, Big Threat

| Mosquitos can carry diseases and sometimes one bite is enough to make a person sick. With the help of the Sterile Insect Technique (SIT) the IAEA is working hard to control mosquito numbers in their Member States. Listen →