NIDC News

Pacifichem 2020
Pacifichem takes place every five years in Honolulu, Hawaii and this year the conference is planning to host a series of symposia of interest to the healthcare, chemistry, and medical isotope communities. 
Isotope Availability March 2020
The DOE Isotope Program (DOE IP) is pleased to announce the following isotopes are available for purchase currently or in the coming weeks. Don't miss your chance to request a quote and receive this limited material. 
Funding Opportunity for Research, Development, and Training in Isotope Production FOA
The DOE Isotope Program has posted a new Funding Opportunity Announcement for Research, Development, and Training in Isotope Production.

DOE Isotope Program Highlights

Argonne Facebook Live Still

Medical Isotope Production at Argonne National Laboratory

Everyday, doctors use medical isotopes to diagnose and treat various illnesses, including cancer.
Tennessine

NPR Story: The Convoluted Story of How The First Atoms of Tennessine Were Created

Tennessine is an extremely rare element. Only a few dozen atoms of it have ever been produced. The tale of how the first atoms of Tennessine were created is complicated.
ORNL Researcher Julie Ezold

American Nuclear Society Recognizes ORNL's Julie Ezold

The American Nuclear Society (ANS) recognized nuclear researcher, Julie Ezold of the DOE’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory, at its annual Winter Meeting and Nuclear Technology Expo.
3-D Periodic Table at New York Hall of Science

3-D Periodic Table at New York Hall of Science

The New York Hall of Science unveiled a 3-D version of the periodic table of elements in honor of the International Year of the Periodic Table.