IAEA Weekly News – 28 August 2020

28 August 2020

IAEA Weekly News

Experts in Bosnia Herzegovina and Serbia are now able to characterize the virus that causes COVID-19, thanks to support from the IAEA and FAO. This will help the country improve tracing and tracking of infected people and fight the pandemic. Read this article and more of our news from this week.
28 August 2020

Bosnia Herzegovina and Serbia Succeed in COVID-19 Virus Characterization with IAEA/FAO Support

27 August 2020

Ageing Management of Nuclear Power Plants: Publication Sums up Best Practices

26 August 2020

Joint Statement by the Director General of the IAEA and the Vice-President of the Islamic Republic of Iran and Head of the AEOI

25 August 2020

IAEA Mission Observes Safety Improvements at Research Reactor in Czech Republic, Sees Scope for Further Enhancement

25 August 2020

Nuclear Technique Identifies New Groundwater Drinking Water Sources in Bangladesh

24 August 2020

Spotlight on Innovation: Molten Salt Reactors for a Sustainable Clean Energy Transition

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