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Dear Readers,
We are happy to share with you the first e-Newsletter from the IAEA’s Department of Nuclear Energy. You are receiving this mail based on your previous interaction with us. We hope you find this review of recent activities and sneak previews to our future ones useful. We look forward to receiving your feedback. Happy reading! 
Mikhail Chudakov 
IAEA Deputy Director General 
Head of the Department of Nuclear Energy 
  News
Director General Amano Highlights Role of Nuclear Power in World Government Summit   IAEA Celebrates International Women's Day: Breaking Barriers, Leading Nuclear Executives Share their Paths to Success
 
 

At the World Government Summit in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano provided an overview of the role of nuclear power in coming years.
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IAEA Deputy Director General Mikhail Chudakov says women are more aware of the need to follow procedures and safety culture, and therefore make good operators and shift supervisors.
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IAEA Pushes Forward Initiative to Accelerate Nuclear Clean-up Efforts Worldwide    IAEA Completes Nuclear Infrastructure Review in Ghana
 
 

An IAEA initiative to help Member States step up efforts in decommissioning nuclear facilities and remediating contaminated sites shifts into higher gear.  
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An IAEA team of experts completed an Integrated Nuclear Infrastructure Review (INIR) mission in Ghana.
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Nuclear Power Programmes: Role of National Leadership Emphasized   Armenia's Physics Research Legacy Saved Through Pixels
 
 

An annual meeting gathered over 80 experts from 29 Member States to share experiences and lessons learned in the development of national infrastructure for a nuclear power programme.
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More than 1000 destroyed research papers on high-energy physics and astrophysics have been recovered in Armenia thanks to digital copies saved at the IAEA’s International Nuclear Information System (INIS). 
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  Education and Training

Nuclear Power Reactor Simulators 

As the global hub for exchange in peaceful nuclear technologies, the IAEA is spearheading training programmes with the development and distribution of simulation software and training courses.



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  E-Learning



The IAEA has a Learning Management System platform for its interactive e-learning materials. Of the 39 modules with 83 lectures on spent fuel and radioactive waste management, decommissioning and environmental remediation, some are in Russian and more are to come in French and Spanish. The platform is free of charge and all you need is a NUCLEUS account to enroll in any course. The lectures can also be reached via CONNECT if you are a member of one of its professional networks.

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  Announcements
 
IAEA to Mark World Book and Copyright Day
The IAEA Library, together with the IAEA Archives and the libraries of CTBTO, UNOV, UNCITRAL and UNIDO, will mark the
World Book and Copyright Day.
The 'Nuclear Information at Your Fingertips' event will take place on Thursday, 20 April 2017,
          from 11:00 – 16:00 in the VIC Rotunda.
     
 
  Publications
 
Uranium 2016: Resources, Production and Demand Country Nuclear Power Profiles 2016 Edition IAEA BRIEF: Nuclear Power
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  Major Events
International Conference on Topical Issues in Nuclear Installation Safety: Safety Demonstration of Advanced Water Cooled Nuclear Power Plants

6
9 June 2017
International Conference on Fast Reactors and Related Fuel Cycles: Next Generation Nuclear Systems for Sustainable Development (FR17)

26
29 June 2017
Fourth International Conference on Nuclear Power Plant Life Management

23
27 October 2017
International Ministerial Conference on Nuclear Power in the 21st Century

30 October
1 November 2017
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Department of Nuclear Energy 
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