IAEA Meeting Discusses Project Using Nuclear Techniques To Assess African Children Affected By Malnutrition

International Atomic Energy Agency: IAEA Organizes Second Coordination Meeting to Combat Malnutrition in Africa
Valentina Varbanova of the IAEA Department of Technical Cooperation, Victor Ochieng Owino of the IAEA Department of Nuclear Sciences and Applications, and Tyler Flenard of the IAEA Department of Technical Cooperation discuss a May 28-June 1 meeting of “a regional IAEA technical cooperation project that focuses on the use of nuclear techniques to assess the body composition of children previously affected by malnutrition…” (6/25).

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