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Alternative sources of 99Mo on the horizon

The production of 99Mo without the use of highly enriched uranium (HEU) has become a goal for diagnostic nuclear medicine, and a number of approaches hold promise for achieving this objective, according to an article published in the February issue...
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NuPECC Brochure “Light to Reveal the Heart of Matter”

NuPECC, the Nuclear Physics European Collaboration Committee (http://www.nupecc.org/) is contributing to the International Year of Light with a brochure “Light to Reveal the Heart of Matter”. We would like to show the many facets how the electromagnetic spectrum – light in its broadest sense – is featured in nuclear physics research, from high-energy gamma-rays down to scintillation light and lasers, looking into nucleons and nuclei, and connecting to other fields such as astrophysics and medicine.
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Experimental study of the 66Ni(d,p)67Ni one-neutron transfer reaction

The quasi-SU(3) sequence of the positive parity $\ensuremath{\nu}{g}_{9/2},{d}_{5/2},{s}_{1/2}$ orbitals above the $N=40$ shell gap are assumed to induce strong quadrupole collectivity in the neutron-rich Fe $(Z=26)$ and Cr $(Z=24)$ isotopes below the nickel region. In this paper the position and strength of these single-particle orbitals are characterized in the neighborhood of $^{68}\mathrm{Ni} (Z=28,\phantom{\rule{0.16em}{0ex}}N=40)$ through the $^{66}\mathrm{Ni}(d,p)^{67}\mathrm{Ni}$ one-neu
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Cavity with Iron Nuclei Slows Down X Rays

Slow light effects have been measured for x rays using a cavity filled with iron nuclei, where the speed of light was reduced by a factor of 10,000.
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INFN Postdoctoral Fellowships in Italy, 2016-2017

National Institute for Nuclear Physics offers up to 20 Postdoctoral Fellowships in Experimental Physics for Non-Italian Citizens and provides € 40.000,00 gross salary
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Nuclear Physics oriented scholasrships offered by Italy's INFN

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Nuclear-physical analysis methods in medical geology

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Texas A&M Physics Undergrad Finds Home in Cyclotron, Nuclear Research

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La Cosa Radiactiva / The Radioactive Thing - we make money not art

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Monte Carlo simulations of the secondary neutron ambient and effective dose equivalent rates from surface to suborbital altitudes

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Highly excited states of 6He

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Crystal growth and detector performance of large size high-purity Ge crystals

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Simulation of ion beam scattering in a gas stripper

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Neutrino Nucleosynthesis of radioactive nuclei in supernovae

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Nuclear Pasta and Neutron Waffles

New computer simulations unveil new insight into the structure of neutron stars.
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Electron and photon emissions from gold nanoparticles irradiated by X-ray photons

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Uranium Radiation Individual Dose Calculator

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Gamma Ray Earth

A different astronomy and space science
related image is featured each day, along with a brief explanation.
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5th Workshop on Nuclear Level Density and Gamma Strength

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Microscopic Study of (p,γ) Reactions in Mass Region A=110-125

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World's First Medical Radioactive Isotope Was Handled in Shirt and Tie

Oak Ridge National Laboratory has just released in high resolution this amazing historical photo. According to ORNL, in this photograph you can see two scientists as they remove the world’s first radioactive isotope produced for medical use from Oak Ridge’s Graphite Reactor, on August 2nd 1946. In compulsory collar and tie.
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Nuclear energy release from fragmentation

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Determination of the optimal positions for installing gamma ray detection systems at Tehran Research Reactor

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Half-life of short-lived neutron-excess nuclei that participate in the r-process

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The ELI–NP facility for nuclear physics

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The new 6MV multi-nuclide AMS facility at the University of Tsukuba

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ISOLDE: A milestone toward a higher-energy nuclear physics facility

via WordLink - CERN's nuclear physics facility ISOLDE will soon be producing radioactive ion beams at higher energies. The purpose of the HIE-ISOLDE (High Intensity and Energy ISOLDE) project, now in the advanced stages of construction at CERN, is to increase the energy and intensity of the ISOLDE beams. The transportation and installation of the first acceleration module on Saturday, 2 May marked an important milestone in the project. Made up of five superconducting accelerating cavities, this
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