Made-in-Canada method of producing life-saving radioisotopes receives Health Canada approval
A made-in-Canada approach to producing the world’s most commonly used medical isotope has received Health Canada approval, ushering in a new era for patients in Canada and around the world who rely on these isotopes for critical diagnostic procedures.
Dec 18, 2020
UBC scientists help avert a nuclear medicine meltdown
University of British Columbia scientists have shown that small cyclotrons the size of an SUV can replace hulking nuclear power plants, the main source of Canada’s isotopes.
Jan 8, 2015