A Simon Fraser University chemist is making breakthroughs in understanding the materials that play a major role in the future of the Internet of Things.
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Using cold neutrons it is possible to examine the 3D internal structure of fossil teeth.
Worldwide, more than 30 million medical examinations are conducted annually with technetium-99m. A new film shows the status of the upgrading at the FRM II towards the production of its mother isotope molybdenum-99.
Peter Littlewood, former director of the Argonne National Laboratory, was invited to visit the Chinese Spallation Neutron Source (CSNS) and attended the CSNS Academic Forum on September 18.
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