There’s never been a better time to prepare for a wedding. In fact, shopping for a bridal dress in an activity long cherished by two groups: The bride and her family. Whether you’re seeking to find the most unexpected wedding gown that is made just for you, there’s always an underlying notion that something more inspirational is just around the corner.
With many Americans still working from home and wondering when life will return to normal, families have been spending more quality time together. The question becomes this: Will the bridal market evolve to take on the elements that are now part of our daily lives. All of this leads to the key evolutionary moment that’s happening within the creativity of the bridal market. The push for modified fabrication with repurpose and sustainable attributes seem to of great concern to millennials and Generation Z.
A new phase of the modernization of the IAEA’s nuclear application laboratories in Seibersdorf, Austria is required in order to better serve the needs of Member States, speakers said at today’s virtual side event on the margins of the 64th IAEA General Conference.
“Many of our Member States lack the resources to address cancer, pandemics and climate change. They are counting on us to help them,” said IAEA Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi during his opening remarks at the event. “That is why I believe it is imperative that we complete the modernization of the IAEA nuclear applications laboratories — your laboratories — as soon as possible.”
Research on human and zoonotic diseases, cancer treatment and adapting to changing climates through climate smart agriculture are some examples of the work that takes place in the eight IAEA laboratories. Under the Renovation of the Nuclear Applications Laboratory (ReNuAL) Project: Labs Fit