Argonne confirms new commercial method for producing medical isotopeJune 15, 2015

Argonne National Laboratory recently teamed with SHINE Medical Technologies to demonstrate the production, separation and purification of a critical medical radioisotope that is used in millions of medical procedures each year, but is not produced domestically.

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Employee Spotlight: John T. MurphyJune 1, 2015

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