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IAEA Weekly News – 28 December 2018

28 December 2018

IAEA Weekly News

Bats and nuclear science: yes! As our article below explains, bats are major carriers of viruses like Ebola in Africa. Diagnosing virus carriers before they get in contact with people is therefore paramount, and nuclear-related techniques play an important role in this diagnosis. But to carry out the analysis, the bats first need to be caught and their blood samples taken without the scientists getting infected with Ebola in the process. Our experts taught them how to do just that in the jungles of Sierra Leone.
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28 December 2018

Conserve Every Drop, Isotope Hydrology Techniques Improves Kuwait’s Water Management Techniques

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27 December 2018

IAEA Reviews Viet Nam’s Infrastructure for a Research Reactor, Delivers Review Report to Nigeria

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24 December 2018

Hunting for Viruses in Sierra Leone with the Help of Nuclear Technology

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21 December 2018

Sharing Lessons Learned from Peer Review Services to Enhance Nuclear Safety: IAEA Workshops Conclude

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21 December 2018

IAEA Helps Indonesia Strengthen Occupational Radiation Protection

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21 December 2018

IAEA Holds Milestone Training on Managing Radiation Dosimetry Laboratories

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