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  • Radiochemistry

    Experimental and theoretical work focused on the development of novel separation methods applicable to the recovery of radioisotopes from targets, and to advanced nuclear fuel cycles.
  • Low-Energy Accelerator Facility

    A 50 MeV/25 kW electron linear accelerator producing a wide range of radioisotopes for medical, national security, basic science and industrial applications.
  • Chemical and Fuel Cycle Technologies

    Members of the Chemical & Fuel Cycle Technologies Division, as world experts on the nuclear fuel cycle, develop and qualify fuels and innovative fuel recycle processes and equipment, model complex nuclear materials, and design fuel cycle facilities.
  • Paul T. Dickman

    Paul Dickman is a Senior Policy Fellow with Argonne National Laboratory focusing on nuclear energy, nonproliferation, and national security policy.
  • Argonne TRACER Center

    Argonne TRACER Center has advanced the science of krypton dating to a practical level for young and ancient groundwater and glacial ice.