What is NUCLEUS
NUCLEUS is your common access point to the IAEA's Scientific, Technical and Regulatory Information Resources
NUCLEUS provides access to over 130 IAEA scientific, technical and regulatory resources. This includes databases, websites, applications, publications, safety standards, training material and more
Senior nuclear law specialists from the IAEA recently participated in a leading international conference that provided an opportunity to address a number of legal issues raised in the context of the current political and economic climate and its impact on the development of nuclear energy.
From a football stadium in Europe to the mountains of South America, from a remote farm in Africa to a cancer hospital in Asia - the work of the IAEA can be seen in many different places. Headquartered in Vienna, Austria, the IAEA promotes the peaceful, safe and secure use of nuclear science and technology. In Focus offers an insight into the multi-faceted work of the IAEA, to watch the video go here
The Minor Actinide Property Database (MADB) is a bibliographic database on physico-chemical properties of selected...
International Database on Insect Disinfestation and Sterilization (IDIDAS)
Provides information on the doses of radiation applied for these purposes to mites and insect pests of crops and...
Joint service of the IAEA and Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). Technical details of crop mutant varieties...
Direct Application of Phosphate Rock (DAPR)
In order to guide decisions and recommendations on the use of phosphate rock (PR) as fertilizer, predict their...
Joint service of the IAEA and Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). Registry and distribution system for plant...
World-Wide Directory of SIT Facilities (DIR-SIT)
DIR-SIT has been established with the objective of aiding the retrieval of information on facilities in the world...