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Skoda Produces ~56K Cars in India, ~7.8L Vehicles Globally in 2022

Against the backdrop of multiple global crises, Škoda Auto managed to produce almost 780,000 vehicles at its global production sites in 2022, including almost 56,000 at its Indian plants alone. In addition, the company has manufactured bodies and numerous components – such as MEB battery systems, engines, axles, gearboxes and…
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New Mitsubishi Outlander in China Now Available for Purchase

The new Mitsubishi Outlander in China is now available for purchase. The latest model of the crossover SUV has now been put up on sale. Mitsubishi Motors Corporation announced that GAC Mitsubishi Motors Co., Ltd. (GMMC), Mitsubishi Motors' vehicle production and sales joint venture in China, has begun production of…
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IAEA Launches New Reference Publication for Nuclear Safeguards

How do IAEA safeguards help curb the spread of nuclear weons? What are the different activities that IAEA inspectors conduct at nuclear facilities? What are undeclared nuclear materials and activities? Answers to these questions and more can be found in the new edition of the IAEA's Safeguards Glossary, a reference…
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IAEA Book on Nuclear Law Now Available in Six Languages

The IAEA's first ever book by global thought leaders on nuclear law, Nuclear Law: The Global Debate, is now available in five languages ​​– Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian and Spanish – in addition to its original English version, which was published in ril this year. In a ceremony today in…
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Young Women Professionals Take Center Stage at Upcoming Nuclear Installation Safety Conference

Young women professionals from the IAEA Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowship Program (MSCFP) will be presenting their research findings at the upcoming IAEA International Conference on Topical Issues in Nuclear Installation Safety: Strengthening Safety of Evolutionary and Innovative Reactor Designs (TIC2022). The conference, taking place in Vienna from 18 to 21 October…
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Now Available: E-Learning Course on IAEA Safety Standards in Six Languages

The IAEA has developed an e-learning course providing an overview of the Agency's Safety Standards, which is now available in all official languages ​​of the UN — Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish. The course, which was previously already available in English, provides participants with a better and clearer…
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New Course Catalog Improves Access to Over 480 Online Courses and Webinars by the IAEA

The new e-learning Course Catalog allows users to search and find online content much more accessible than before, with keyword, topical area, and content type search and filters enabling easy browsing among the 482 courses and webinars. Some e-learning materials are also translated into Arabic, Chinese, French, Janese, Russian, and…
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Coronavirus: Stemirna gets ready for China’s own mRNA Covid-19 vaccine as global multi-site human trials kick off

Stemirna Thereutics is preparing to launch a global multi-site human trials of its Covid-19 vaccine soon as the firm pushes for the second Chinese-made shot based on mRNA technology to protect against the coronavirus. Li Hangwen, co-founder and chief executive of the Shanghai-based start-up, said the firm is cable of…
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In winter sports ‘brain doping’, more means less in performance, Chinese study finds

Electric stimulation of the brain can help winter sports athletes perform better, but increasing the current does not lead to better results as previously thought, according to a group of Chinese scientists.The US Winter Olympic team has been using a device with electrodes attached to an athlete's head to send…
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Morning news brief: US says Russia can attack Ukraine ‘at any time’, Storm Eunice, and more

To get your day started, here are some stories. Washington accused Russian troops massed near Ukraine's border 'poised to strike' on Saturday. Russian President Vladmir Putin on Saturday observed military drills held by Russia's strategic nuclear forces. Also, weather forecasters have predicted that gusts of up to 80mph are set…
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