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Faced with growing demand for services, Philippine Nuclear Research Institute to upgrade irradiation facility

30 augustus 2018

Much of the Philippines’ spice and herbal products industry relies on the country’s only gamma irradiator for microbiological decontamination, but the facility at the Philippine Nuclear Research Institute (PNRI) can no longer cope with the increased demand.

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