Scientists are being trained by a UN-backed organization in methods to monitor whether or not a nuclear explosion has taken place.
Nuclear science and technology playing “significant role” in development
Expanding membership of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) shows a “growing appreciation of the immense value” of nuclear science and technology.
Nuclear science is helping Latin American and Caribbean countries to combat what one expert calls “the double burden” of malnutrition and obesity.
Although the nuclear energy sector is growing, the number of women working in it remains low, according to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
One of the world’s youngest nuclear scientists says the field has unlimited possibilities to improve people’s everyday lives.
Cattle breeders around the world have been trained in a process which can detect if artificial insemination has worked at an early stage.
The procedure has proved to be a good way to get better quality and healthier livestock.