ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI, OCTOBER 15–17, 2007
Supporting the Nation’s Nuclear Medicine Research–Update, Ralph A. Butler, MURR
Efforts by Current Commercial Mo-99 Producers to Examine LEU Technologies, Roy W. Brown, CORAR
August 20–21, 2007: Visit to AECL Chalk River Laboratories (Chalk River, Ontario, Canada) and MDS Nordion (Kanata, Ontario, Canada)
December 17–18, 2007: Visit to ANSTO (Lucas Heights, Australia)
March 10–12, 2008: Visit to IRE (Fleures, Belguim), CERCA (Romans, France) and Mallinckrodt (Petten, the Netherlands)
June 5–6, 2008: Visit to CNEA (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
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