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Medical Isotope Production Without Nuclear Reactors or Uranium Enrichment
13 June 2013
• Derek Updegraff, Program Associate, Center for Science, Technology, and Security Policy, American Association for the Advancement of Science
• Mark Jansson, Special Projects Director, Federation of American Scientists
• David Nusbaum, Research Fellow, Managing the Atom Project, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University
The Federation of American Scientists and the Center for Science, Technology and Security Policy, American Association for the Advancement of Science, hosted a luncheon briefing and discussion on medical radioisotope production without nuclear reactors or uranium enrichment. The discussion focused on a new CSTSP paper, Nuclear Medicine without Nuclear Reactors or Uranium Enrichment , including issues relevant to nonproliferation of nuclear weapons, as in the case of Iran.
For additional questions and information contact Derek Updegraff  at 202-326-6652