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The IAEA, in cooperation with the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), is using radiation to develop improved cassava varieties that can resist adverse climate conditions and diseases such as the Mosaic Virus and the Brown Streak Disease in the Central African Republic (CAR). In 2016, scientists at the IAEA laboratories in Austria irradiated 1700 cuttings, which are now planted in CAR for testing.

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Bilateral Meetings at the International Conference on Nuclear Security ƒ?? Jul 2013 Bilateral meeting between Mr. Villy SÇ÷vndal, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Denmark and IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano during the International Conference on Nuclear Security: Enhancing Global Efforts.

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Bilateral Meetings at the International Conference on Nuclear Security ƒ?? Jul 2013 Bilateral meeting between Mr. Alistair Burt, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, Minister for Counter Proliferation Foreign and Commonwealth Office, UK and IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano during the International Conference on Nuclear Security: Enhancing Global Efforts.

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How a nuclear technique helped save the orange industry in Western Cape, South Africa Pupae: The moths pupate in honeycombs like this one for seven days. Workers review and estimate the number of moths in each sheet in order to accurately forecast production volume every day.

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Better Crops to Feed Millions Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Syria and Yemen, in cooperation with the IAEA, are using nuclear techniques to develop crop varieties that will produce more grain even under tough conditions. Before the IAEA project began in 2005 more than half of the countries involved had no experience with this kind of nuclear science. Bringing together people from countries with different levels of experience to train each other, exchange knowledge,...

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Empowering women and growing food — Sudan Women in Khashm Algebra Refugee Village near Kassala, Sudan were once not allowed to work, grow food, or leave their homes, but are now managing their own vegetable gardens to grow food for their families and villages. Through partnerships on the ground, scientists at the Agriculture Research Cooperation (ARC) in Sudan trained by the Joint FAO/IAEA Division have helped to set up drip irrigation watering systems optimized with...

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For the past 35 years, mutation induction has played a significant role in enhancing crop production and the competitiveness of farm produce in Latin America and the Caribbean. One of the most successful examples in the region is the hardy barley variety, developed by the Cereals Improvement Programme of the Universidad Agraria, La Molina, in Lima, with IAEA support. Professor Luz Gomez Pando is in charge of the programme.

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IEC Full Response Mode Exercise ƒThe Zone 1 State Liaison Officer briefing the Emergency Response Manager during the Full Response Mode Exercise (FRME). IAEA Vienna, Austria, 21 November 2012 Photo Credit: Dean Calma / IAEA

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Reference materials stored at the IAEA Analytical Laboratory.

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Special Information Session on SESAME The panel of speakers at the special Information Session on SESAME that was organized by the Department of Technical Cooperation. IAEA Vienna, Austria, 29 May 2013 From left to right: Professor H. Hoorani, Professor Khaled Toukan, Mr. Ali Boussaha, Professor Sir Chris Llewellyn Smith, Mr. Ralf Kaiser and Ms. Jane Gerardo-Abaya.

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7th Meeting of Representatives of Competent Authorities identified under the Early Notification and Assistance Conventions.

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Measurements of Uranium ratios using an Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometer (ICP-MS)- sample introduction system.

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The Mobile Hot Cell in Manila - April 2013 The capsules are then slid through a passageway into a long-term storage shield. This kind of shield has inherent security and safety features. The IAEA provided the PNRI with two of these shields, manufactured by NECSA, for the Manila mission.

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IAEA technician in the Clean Laboratory examining uranium particles under an optical microscope.

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Rome Montepeque, member of the IAEA's Agricultural Section, working with plant mutations with the backing of the IAEA.

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The Mobile Hot Cell in Manila - April 2013 A nuclear security expert and a radioactive waste specialist from the IAEA were sent to Manila to observe the mission. The proper storage of disused sources is important from both a nuclear safety and security perspective. Such sources are vulnerable to loss, abandonment, theft or misuse and could be used by criminals in a so-called ƒ??dirty bombƒ??. They are also classified as ƒ??category 1ƒ??, meaning they...

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