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IAEA Nutrition Newsletter

In this issue: IAEA Deputy Director General Najat Mokhtar appointed Chair of UN-Nutrition. October meeting recordings on nuclear techniques for nutrition available. Call for IAEA Body Composition Database Management Group members. Updates on TC Programme Cycle and new Master of Nutrition and Nuclear Techniques. Share nuclear technique study photos or videos.


The recordings from the IAEA-organized Technical Meeting on ‘The Role of Nuclear Techniques to Tackle Nutritional Challenges in the 21st Century’ are now available on their website. 
 
Explore specific talks or discussions with time-stamped chapters aligned with the meeting agenda. A web article summarizing the key points of the meeting is also available. 


The latest edition of the Nutritional and Health-Related Environmental Studies (NAHRES) Newsletter from the IAEA is now available. Read about their upcoming symposia at FENS 2023, recent publications, podcast, other events and more.


The latest newsletter from the Nutritional and health related Environmental Studies team of IAEA is now available. The newsletter includes  updates on educational opportunities, publications, events and conference participation. Check out the latest findings on water turnover and the relation between breast milk intake and maternal education. You can also find details on UN Nutrition’s strategy for… Read more »


The Nutritional & Health-related Environmental Studies Section is excited to share its second eNewsletter.  In this issue: A revised e-learning experience A new research project and a new database on breast milk intake The first ‘Nuclear in Nutrition’ interview Highlights on the Coalition of Action for Healthy Diets for All View the newsletter here



The 14th Newsletter of the Nutritional & Health-related Environmental Studies Section is now available. Read about The International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) recently published paper in Science that changes our understanding of metabolism as we age.  Other news includes updates on research projects, virtual meetings, conferences and webinars, reports, and new tools, as well as some inspiring success stories an the latest IAEA… Read more »