Canadian university gets OK to move forward with isotope initiative

03/3/2013 | CKOM-AM (Saskatchewan)

The University of Saskatchewan has received approval from the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission to initiate testing of its Medical Isotope Project, which is focused on producing the isotope molybdenum-99 without the use of highly enriched uranium. The project involves the use of a synchrotron called the Canadian Light Source.

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