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Positron And iThemba LABS Enters Into Radioisotope Supply Agreement
Date:7/29/2013

and Gauteng, the facility is committed to unleash African potential through knowledge creation, innovation and human capacity building. The infrastructure available at iThemba LABS is used to advance knowledge in the field of experimental nuclear physics and applications.

The particle beams available at the facility in Cape Town are used to:

  • Advance the fundamental understanding of the structure and reaction mechanisms governing interactions of charged projectiles with target nuclei;
  • Offer proton and neutron particle radiotherapy;
  • Produce radionuclides for medical and industrial applications;
  • Provide analysis techniques for applications in materials research.

The Radionuclide Production Department at iThemba LABS has been producing isotopes for the past 23 years and is currently one of six facilities in the world capable of producing Sr-82. More information on iThemba LABS is available at www.tlabs.ac.za.

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