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Women in nuclear join forces with IAEA to drive gender parity

Global women empowerment champions and the International Atomic Energy Agency have joined forces to challenge gender imbalanced human resources strategies in the nuclear power sector.

International nuclear watchdog Amano dies

Yukiya Amano, who has headed up the International Atomic Energy Agency for the past 10 years, passed away last week, the IAEA announced Monday.

IAEA helps Niger plan nuclear energy programme

An International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) team of experts has carried out an eight-day mission to Niger to review its infrastructure development for a nuclear energy programme.

Nuclear growth to continue at reduced rate – report

The International Atomic Energy Agency has released a study showing the upward trend in nuclear power capacity is continuing, but at a reduced rate.

IAEA releases final Fukushima report

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) this week released its final, comprehensive report on Japan's 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster.

International project to focus on decommissioning damaged nuclear plants

A project launched this week by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is to take a global approach to decommissioning damaged nuclear power plants.

Abu Dhabi’s nuclear plant makes impressive progress

Over half of Abu Dhabi’s first nuclear power plant is already in place and its rate of progress has impressed the International Atomic Energy Agency.

UN atomic agency says nuclear growth recorded

The International Atomic Energy Agency has recorded a slight rise in nuclear power generation based on 2012 figures, after a drop in 2011, following Fukushima.

Egypt works with IAEA to revive nuclear plans

Egypt’s new government is pressing on with nuclear plans, put on hold during recent unrest, through renewed contact with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

IAEA chief predicts up to 350 new nuclear reactors by 2030

The number of nuclear reactors in the world could rise by up to 350 by 2030 according to the International Atomic Energy Agency’s director general Yukiya Amano.

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