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2022 ANS Annual Meeting
June 12–16, 2022
Anaheim, CA|Anaheim Hilton
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Pact signed on potential BWRX-300 deployment in Saskatchewan
Ontario-based GEH SMR Technologies Canada Ltd. and the Saskatchewan Industrial and Mining Suppliers Association (SIMSA) announced yesterday the signing of a memorandum of understanding focused on the potential deployment of the BWRX-300 small modular reactor in Saskatchewan.
The MOU calls for engaging with local suppliers to maximize the role of the Saskatchewan supply chain in the nuclear energy industry.
14th International Topical Meeting on Nuclear Applications of Accelerators
Thursday, December 2, 2021|9:00–10:45AM (10:00–11:45AM EST)|Jefferson
Valeriia Starovoitova (IAEA)
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A Light, Multi-ion CW Cyclotron for Radioisotope Production
9:05–9:25AM (10:05–10:25AM EST)
Carol Johnstone (Fermi National Accelerator Lab), R. Agustsson (Radiabeam), S. Boucher (Radiabeam), S. Kutsaev (Radiabeam), A. Y. Smirnov (Radiabeam), R. C. Lanza (Massachusetts Inst. of Technology)
Recent Progress on the Phoenix Accelerator-Based Intense Fusion Neutron Source
9:25–9:45AM (10:25–10:45AM EST)
Ross F. Radel (Phoenix LLC), Tye Gribb (SHINE Medical Technologies)
Investigation of Novel Routes for Production of Non-Standard Positron Emitters 61Cu And 64Cu
9:45–10:05AM (10:45–11:05AM EST)
M.S. Uddin (Institute of Nuclear Science and Technology, Bangladesh), M.A. Shariff (Institute of Nuclear Science and Technology, Bangladesh), G.N. Kim (Kyungpook Nat'l Univ.), S. Sudar (Debrecen University), S.M. Qaim (Institut für Neurowissenschaften und Medizin)
Medical Isotope Production and Research Utilizing a 70-MeV Proton Cyclotron
10:05–10:25AM (11:05–11:25AM EST)
Clyde P. Jupiter (AZIsotopes)
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Photonuclear Production of 67Cu from Gallium
10:25–10:45AM (11:25–11:45AM EST)
G. Santistevan (New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology), R. Bentley (New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology), D. Wells (New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology), A. Hutton (Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility), A. Stavola (Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility), S. Benson (Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility), K. Jordan (Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility), J. Gubeli (Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility), P. Degtiarenko (Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility), L. Dabill (Coe College), G. Khirashvili (New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology)
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