Marie CurieCurie was a Polish-born French physicist famous for her work on radioactivity and twice a winner of the Nobel Prize. She made history in 1903 when she became the first woman to receive the Nobel Prize in physics. She is the most famous female scientist of all time.
AIPES - The radionuclides supply for nuclear medicine is crucially dependent on an unsustainably low number of production reactors and processing facilities in Europe, North America, South-Africa and Asia/Pacific.
Thomas Ruth, TRIUMF -
•A look at the international accelerator facilities for radionuclide production.
•An overlooked source of Mo-99
•View from TRIUMF
•Reflections on radionuclide availability
•Future of Nuclear Imaging
•Distribution of small cyclotrons around the world
The Go Nuclear, Inc. Cornerstone Document focuses on four major topics related to peaceful use of nuclear energy, radioisotopes and radiation. ENERGY TOMORROW covers technologies that have been explored, and/or partially or nearly completely developed that show credible promise to generate electricity, provide industrial heat, energy for desalination on a large scale in the future. The guide is Gen IV technologies on the World Nuclear Association website. This includes uranium and thorium, fission, possibly fusion and other nuclear reactions. China, India, Russia and other countries are pursuing these technologies. Please read the Cornerstone Document to understand our purpose and goals for global public education.