NEA Director-General Magwood joined a line-up of over 200 speakers in the World Governments Summit in Dubai on 12-14 February.
The Nuclear Law Bulletin is a unique international publication for both professionals and academics in the field of nuclear law. It provides readers with authoritative and comprehensive information o...
Small modular reactors (SMRs) are technologies capable of harnessing the energy from nuclear fission reactions to produce heat and electricity with power outputs typically smaller than 300 MWe, with ...
The fourth FACE meeting brought together experts to Cologne, Germany.
An NEA delegation last week travelled to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to take part in the 37th Africa Union Summit.
One of the many lessons learnt about nuclear safety over the years has been that human aspects of nuclear safety are as important as any technical issue that may arise. The international nuclear comm...
The Joint NEA-IAEA Uranium Group discussed latest and future activities during a meeting in Paris.
This handbook makes international guidance on estimating decommissioning costs more accessible by compiling material from two key reports: the International Structure for Decommissioning Costing (ISD...
The Third International Workshop on the Indemnification of Damage in the Event of a Nuclear Accident was held in Bratislava, Slovak Republic in October 2017. It was organised in co-operation with the...
Heavy liquid metals such as lead or lead-bismuth have been proposed and investigated as coolants for fast reactors since the 1950s. More recently, there has been renewed interest worldwide in the use...
Workshops seek to create motivating connections between female students and senior female representatives in STEM.
NEA Director-General William D. Magwood was in Spain on 16-17 January for a series of meetings.
The disposal of long-lived radioactive waste in a deep geological repository (DGR) is a scientifically and technically credible solution that meets the need for long-term safety without reliance on a...
The group met in Paris to discuss future activities.
The International School of Nuclear Law (ISNL) Commemorative Brochure highlights the history, academics and unique features of the ISNL that contribute to the "Spirit of Montpellier". In addition, th...
Information note on nuclear power installations in Ukraine, updated periodically.
Some 100 international experts convened in New Jersey, U.S for the Workshop on Extended Storage and Transportation of Spent Fuel and Radioactive Waste from Current and Future Reactor Technologies.
The Contracting Parties to the Paris Convention on Third Party Liability in the Field of Nuclear Energy held a meeting to discuss the application of the Paris Convention to nuclear incidents on the h...
More than 20 international experts gathered for the second meeting of the third phase of the TAF-ID project.
The project participants, who come from 19 organisations in 8 countries, met in December 2023 in Karlsruhe.
Fourth Country-Specific Safety Culture Forum brings together operators, regulators, local governments, international observers.
Workshop gathers global experts to better understand the situation in Ukraine and increase co-operation.
This COP28 was a historic event for nuclear energy when it was formally specified as one of the solutions to climate change.
JEFF Nuclear Data Week promotes co-operation between experimentalists, evaluators, producers and end-users of nuclear data.
The Management Board of the Information System on Occupational Exposure (ISOE) held its 33rd meeting in Vienna on 4-7 December 2023.
The NEA Committee on the Safety of Nuclear Installations (CSNI) and the Committee on Nuclear Regulatory Activities (CNRA) convened on 4-8 December to discuss current activities and plan future body o...
“Improving Cross-disciplinary and Transversal Skills for the Severe Accidents Community” approved by NEST Management Board.
The 2023 MMSNF takes place in Canada.
A total of 16 countries are parties to the Paris Convention.
Publié chaque année, le Rapport annuel de l’AEN présente un aperçu des activités et publications de l’AEN pour une année donnée, ainsi que les derniers développements du secteur de l’énergie nucléair...
Published every year, the NEA Annual report includes an overview of NEA's activities and publications produced during the year, as well as the latest developments in nuclear energy sector around the ...
The new NEA initiative was announced at the 28th meeting of the Conference of the Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP28).
NEA Leaderership Series brought together three leaders in the nuclear sector to discuss what creates effective leadership and why it's essential for the nuclear sector's success.
The NEA held its second Risk Communication Training Course on 13-16 November in Abu Dhabi.
WPNEM held its 48th meeting in Oslo on 21 November 2023.
Declaration draws on NEA analysis which shows that that tripling nuclear energy capacity by 2050 provides the world with a realistic and practical path to meet net zero carbon emissions goals.
NEA workshop addresses the importance of a secure supply chain of medical radioisotopes to save lives.
NEA organised the first official visit to Ghana on 1-6 November 2023.
On 11-12 October 2023, the NEA Task Group on Improving the Gender Balance in the Nuclear Sector (GB-TG) met in Paris to discuss ongoing work and future activities.
FIDES-II member assembled at the Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA) in Mito, Japan.
In preparation for INEX-G, the NEA Expert Group on the Sixth International Nuclear Emergency Exercise held a briefing session on 19 October.
The NEA ATLAS3 and NEA ETHARINUS projects organised a workshop on 7-9 November 2023.
The benchmark will predict the Critical Heat Flux (CHF).
The NEA hosted the 16th edition of information exchange meetings on actinide and fission product partitioning and transmutation (16IEMPT).
The 13th National Workshop organised by the NEA Forum on Stakeholder Confidence (FSC) took place on 23-25 October in Ohio, United States.
The NEA and IAEA jointly organised an international workshop in Vienna, Austria, on 2-6 October 2023.
Established in 2014, the WGDECOM unites 19 experts from 12 countries in developing a process to better share radiological protection data.
In November 2023, the NEA Data Bank held two beginner level courses in Paris, France.
International workshop convened experts in the field to United States.
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