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IAEA needs more funds to monitor Iran
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) director general Yukiya Amano has asked the agency's Board of Governors for €9.2m ($10.6m) a year in extra funds to cover the...
New modular protection wall
Engineering consultancy Structural Integrity Associates has developed a Modular Wall Barrier System that offers improved protection for nuclear plants and critical...
Nuclear security qualifications launched
Nnuclear security professionals can formally demonstrate their competence through a new certification programme launched by the World Institute for Nuclear Security (WINS) Academy,...
Hungary becomes HEU-free
An international effort has resulted in the successful removal of the all the remaining highly enriched uranium (HEU) from Hungary.
Activists enter Tricastin nuclear site
Up to thirty people have broken in to the site of the Tricastin nuclear power plant in Southern France, the French Nuclear Safey Authority (ASN) said 7:36am on 15 July.
Tender: Upgrading radwaste security, Slovenia (Deadline: 2 August 2013)
Upgrading security of handling equipment and radioactive cargo shipment infrastructure.
US firms develop new sensor for detecting radioactive material
National Security Technologies (NSTec), the company that runs the Nevada National Security Site, has teamed up with academia and private industry to prove the feasibility of new...
Amano expresses "deep regret" over North Korea weapons tests
IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano expressed deep regret about the announcement that the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) has conducted a third test of a nuclear weapon,...