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The next Senate Science & Technology Caucus briefing will examine America’s need for a consistent, reliable supply of stable radioactive isotopes for commercial, medical and research purposes.


Reporters are invited to this noon luncheon briefing on Monday, April 25.  Panelists will present an overview of where and how isotopes are produced … the demand for isotopes for industrial and medical applications … and where support for commercial isotope production (including R&D) is within the U.S. government.


The briefing, co-hosted by the Foundation for Nuclear Studies, will begin at noon in Dirksen G-50.  RSVP to 202/544-1488The bipartisan Senate Science & Tech Caucus is co-chaired by Jeff Bingaman (D-NM) and Lamar Alexander (R-TN).



The Foundation for Nuclear Studies invites you to join

The Senate Science & Technology Caucus and the Senate Nuclear Caucus


For a luncheon briefing on


The Importance of Isotopes to the United States




Dr. David Hill, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, representing the American Nuclear Society


Dr. Matthew Thackur, President of the Society of Nuclear Medicine


Mr. Roy Brown, President of the Council on Radionuclides and Radiopharmaceuticals


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Bill Wicker

Democratic Communications Director

Senate Energy & Natural Resources