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Partnership to produce medical isotope from legacy waste

25 november 2019

Isotek Systems, TerraPower and the US Department of Energy have signed a public-private partnership agreement to use material recovered from a legacy uranium-233 inventory to increase the supply of the medical radioisotope actinium-225.

Bron: World Nuclear News
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