Posts Tagged ‘International Atomic Energy Agency’

Malware Infects Atomic Agency

The United Nations organization that serves as an intergovernmental forum for scientific and technical cooperation in the nuclear field found
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Japan Radioactive Leak Upgraded

Japan’s nuclear regulator upgraded the rating of a leak of radiation-contaminated water from a tank the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant
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Global Nuclear Watchdog Hacked

Information stolen from one of a U.N. nuclear watchdog’s former servers is up and viewable on a hacker website. The
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DHS, IAEA Ink Collaboration Pact

The U.S. Homeland Security Department (DHS) signed a pact to deepen nuclear security collaboration with the International Atomic Energy Agency
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Nukes Give a Hydrogen Boost

The “hydrogen economy” is here and available and could begin commercial production in this decade, a scientist said. Heat from
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NRC Eyes Response to Fukushima

About 3,000 pages of transcripts of conversations recorded in the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s (NRC) operations center after the Fukushima Dai-ichi
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Duqu and Rumors of War

By Richard Sale
Israeli concerns over Iran’s potential nuclear program have reached a shrill crescendo of frantic anxiety. Yet,
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U.N. Atomic Agency Adopts Nuke Plan

In a move to strengthen global nuclear safety following Japan’s Fukushima disaster six months ago, the U.N. atomic agency’s 35-nation
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More Nuclear Waste Heads to U.S.

Israel returned hundreds of pounds of nuclear waste from its nuclear reactor in Nahal Sorek to the United States, Israeli
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Japan Not Ready for Nuclear Disaster

It is one thing to say you are ready in case a disaster occurs and it is quite another to
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