HomeActueelTest demonstrates business case for Mo-99 production
Terug naar het actueel overzicht

Test demonstrates business case for Mo-99 production

21 juni 2019

Wisconsin-based companies Phoenix LLC and Shine Medical Technologies have completed a 132-hour test of the high-flux neutron generator that Shine intends to use in its production of medical radioisotopes.

Bron: World Nuclear News
Terug naar het actueel overzicht

Gerelateerde artikelen

Artikel
IAEA, ITER expand cooperation on fusion
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the ITER International Fusion Energy Organisation are to enhance their cooperation in nuclear fusion research and related activities following the signing of an agreement that expands one signed in 2008.
Bron: World Nuclear News | 20 juni 2019
Artikel
Weld repairs to delay Flamanville EPR start-up
Eight welds in the main steam transfer pipes that penetrate the two walls of the containment of the Flamanville EPR must be repaired before the reactor is commissioned, France's nuclear safety regulator, the Autorité de Sûreté Nucléaire has told EDF. The utility will assess the decision's impact on
Bron: World Nuclear News | 20 juni 2019
Artikel
Australians urged to adopt nuclear power
The Australian Nuclear Association has appealed to Australians to understand that nuclear energy is ready to make a valuable contribution to low emission dispatchable generation for Australia.
Bron: World Nuclear News | 20 juni 2019
Artikel
Call for innovation in nuclear power plant operation
A 'Call to Action' for accelerating innovative solutions to sustain and advance the current operational fleet of nuclear power plants has been issued by the attendees of the Global Forum on Innovation for the Future of Nuclear Energy, held last week in Gyeongju, South Korea.
Bron: World Nuclear News | 19 juni 2019
Artikel
Fuel loading delayed at Finnish EPR
Nuclear fuel will not be loaded into the core of the first-of-a-kind EPR at Olkiluoto until at least the end of August, Finnish utility Teollisuuden Voima Oyj said today. Under the previous schedule, fuel loading had been due to take place this month.
Bron: World Nuclear News | 19 juni 2019
Artikel
Current and Future Nuclear Energy Leaders 'Call to Action' for Innovation
(Fotocredit: ©Korea Shin-Kori)
Bron: IAEA | 18 juni 2019
Artikel
IAEA assesses emergency preparedness in Canada
(Shutterstock.com)
Bron: World Nuclear News | 14 juni 2019
Artikel
Keeping Radiotherapy Safe and Effective: Q&A with Leading Dosimetry Expert
(foto: Shutterstock.com)
Bron: IAEA | 12 juni 2019
Artikel
Consortium established for SMR-160 deployment in Ukraine
(credit: Holtec International)
Bron: World Nuclear News | 12 juni 2019
Artikel
Decision approaches on Terrafame uranium extraction permit
(fotocredit: ©Terrafame)
Bron: World Nuclear News | 11 juni 2019
Artikel
US DOC sets out strategy for crucial commodities
The US Department of Commerce has set out 24 goals to safeguard US access to mineral commodities designated as critical to the nation's economic security. Uranium is one of the minerals on the critical list.
Bron: World Nuclear News | 6 juni 2019
Artikel
Finland wil al koolstofneutraal worden tegen 2035: "Meest ambitieuze klimaatplan ter wereld"
Finland wil hard gaan in de strijd tegen de klimaatopwarming: de nieuwe regering van het land wil al tegen 2035 koolstofneutraal worden en daarmee een voortrekkersrol spelen in Europa. "Dit is het meest ambitieuze klimaatplan ter wereld", zei Pekka Haavisto, voorzitter van de Finse groenen, bij de v
Bron: VRT website | 5 juni 2019
Artikel
The drama and the facts about Chernobyl
Craig Mazin - creator of the mini-series Chernobyl for television network HBO about the 1986 accident in Ukraine - has warned against "reactionary garbage" about the show, stressing that he is a supporter of nuclear energy.
Bron: World Nuclear News | 5 juni 2019
Artikel
NAC dry storage system selected for Three Mile Island
NAC International Inc has announced it will supply its ultra-high capacity Magnastor systems for transportable dry used fuel storage at the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant under a project award from Exelon Generation. The contract is the seventh for the Magnastor system.
Bron: World Nuclear News | 4 juni 2019
Artikel
Daya Bay counts its natural blessings
The vicinity of the Daya Bay nuclear power plant is home to more than 200 species, of which 15 are nationally protected, according to research by China General Nuclear and a collection of local environmental and volunteer groups.
Bron: World Nuclear News | 4 juni 2019
Artikel
Wilde leeuw krijgt behandeling tegen kanker
Een bijzondere behandeling voor een wilde leeuw in Zuid-Afrika. De 16-jarige leeuw Chaos is behandeld tegen de ziekte kanker. Het is de eerste keer dat zo'n behandeling is uitgevoerd bij een wild dier.
Bron: NOS Buitenland | 3 juni 2019
Artikel
Iconische waterlelies ontdekt onder 'Blauweregen' van Monet
Onder het schilderij 'Blauweregen' van Claude Monet, één van de topstukken van het Haagse Gemeentemuseum, is een schilderij van zijn iconische waterlelies ontdekt. Dat blijkt uit een röntgenfoto die is gemaakt voor de restauratie van het kunstwerk.
Bron: NOS Buitenland | 3 juni 2019
Artikel
IAEA experts collect seawater, marine sediment and fish samples near Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) experts today began a mission to collect samples of seawater, marine sediment and fishery products from coastal waters in Fukushima Prefecture, Japan.
Bron: IAEA | 3 juni 2019
Artikel
Lightbridge fuel development gains DOE funding
Framatome has received a voucher through the US Department of Energy's Gateway for Accelerated Innovation in Nuclear programme to support development of Lightbridge Fuel in collaboration with Idaho National Laboratory.
Bron: World Nuclear News | 30 mei 2019
Artikel
Second Chinese EPR achieves criticality
Unit 2 of the Taishan nuclear power plant in China's Guangdong province has attained a sustained chain reaction for the first time, becoming the second EPR reactor to reach the commissioning milestone after Taishan 1.
Bron: World Nuclear News | 29 mei 2019
Artikel
Ocean studies test waste management materials
A partnership between Canada's Nuclear Waste Management Organisation and Ocean Networks Canada has carried out its first six-month underwater experiment to better understand the behaviour of elements of the engineered-barrier system it plans to use in a deep geological repository. Ocean Networks Can
Bron: World Nuclear News | 28 mei 2019
Artikel
World Needs ‘Important Contribution’ From Nuclear Power, Says IEA Report
28 May (NucNet): The world is facing a steep decline in the use of nuclear energy that could result in billions of tonnes of additional carbon emissions and problems meeting international climate targets, according to a new report by the International Energy Agency.
Bron: NucNet | 28 mei 2019
Artikel
IAEA wraps up international symposium on isotope hydrology
Lasers, atom traps, krypton. These exciting, isotope hydrology techniques were discussed, together with the importance of big data, during the IAEA’s International Symposium on Isotope Hydrology that took place in Vienna this week.
Bron: IAEA | 24 mei 2019
Artikel
Tiris project produces first yellowcake
The first samples of uranium oxide product have been produced from ore from Aura Energy's Tiris mine in Mauritania, West Africa. The yellowcake samples were produced during test work at the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation's laboratories.
Bron: World Nuclear News | 24 mei 2019

Gerelateerde artikelen

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the ITER International Fusion Energy Organisation are to enhance their cooperation in nuclear fusion research and related activities following the signing of an agreement that expands one signed in 2008.