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# Radioisotopes: The medical testing crisis

With a serious shortage of medical isotopes looming, innovative companies are exploring ways to make them without nuclear reactors.
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# Nuclear Physics

Selected contemporary works in Nuclear Physics
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## Accelerator Mass Spectrometry on SIRIUS: New 6MV spectrometer at ANSTO

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## Editorial: Rewriting Nuclear Physics textbooks: 30 years with radioactive ion beam physics

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## Exotic phenomena at the interface of nuclear and particle physics - Special @EPJScience issue

Exotic phenomena at the interface of nuclear and particle physics
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## Search for proton decay via (p→e+ + π0)  and (p→μ+ + π0)  in 0.31 megaton⋅years exposure of the Super-Kamiokande water Cherenkov detector

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## Applications of Nuclear Physics

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## Nuclear Structure Studies of Neutron-Rich Nuclei : Astrophysical Implications

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## Filling in the Nuclear Data Gaps

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## Stuart Henderson named new Director of JLab

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## Contamination reported to be spreading at US Hanford site - Nuclear Engineering International

Radioactive contamination is spreading inside a deteriorating processing plant at the US’s Hanford Nuclear Reservation, which was last used in the 1950s and 1960s to process plutonium for the weapons programme, Associated pres
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## Conceptual design report on a charge breeder for HIE-ISOLDE

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## New expressions for half life, peak maximum temperature, activation energy and kinetic order of a thermoluminescence glow peak based on the Lambert W function

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## The International Nuclear Information System hosted by IAEA (INIS)

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## Shape Coexistence in 78Ni as the Portal to the Fifth Island of Inversion

Large-scale shell-model calculations predict that the region of deformation which comprises the heaviest chromium and iron isotopes at and beyond $N=40$ will merge with a new one at $N=50$ in an astonishing parallel to the $N=20$ and $N=28$ case in the neon and magnesium isotopes. We propose a valence space including the full $pf$ shell for the protons and the full $sdg$ shell for the neutrons, which represents a comeback of the the harmonic oscillator shells in the very neutron- rich regime. The onset of deformation is understood in the framework of the algebraic SU(3)-like structures linked to quadrupole dominance. Our calculations preserve the doubly magic nature of the ground state of $^{78}\mathrm{Ni}$, which, however, exhibits a well-deformed prolate band at low excitation energy, providing a striking example of shape coexistence far from stability. This new IOI adds to the four well-documented ones at $N=8$, 20, 28, and 40.
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## Analytical possibilities of highly focused ion beams in biomedical field

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## Czech boars still radioactive 31 years after Chernobyl

An agency in the Czech Republic says about a half of all wild boars in the country's southwest are radioactive and considered unsafe for consumption due to the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster
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## Neutron Methods for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage - Springer

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## Watch now: Curious Crew | Curious About Careers: Nuclear Physicist | WKAR-TV Video

Nuclear Physicist Artemis Spyrou takes Curious Crew investigator Janellyn on an interactive tour of an atom-smashing cyclotron. Dr. Spyrou is associate director for Education and Outreach at the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory at Michigan State University. Watch online: Curious About Careers: Nuclear Physicist from Curious Crew. On demand, streaming video from WKAR-TV
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## Applications of nuclear physics to a wider context: from molecules to stars passing through hypernuclei

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## 'Texts, Drugs and Dinosaurs - Neutrons Show the Way' at TEDx Lund University Event

Sindra Petersson Årsköld is a Senior Science Advisor at the European Spallation Source (ESS) and an Associate Professor of biochemistry at Lund University. She's done research on photosynthetic oxygen production and the workings of the influenza virus, and she’s introduced many generations of students to the wonders of the chemistry of life.
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## Global Nuclear Power Database

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## The elements of life mapped across the Milky Way by SDSS/APOGEE

To say "we are stardust" may be a cliche, but it's an undeniable fact that most of the essential elements of life are made in stars.
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## BNL Newsroom | Theory Provides Roadmap in Quest for Quark Soup 'Critical Point'

Thanks to a new development in nuclear physics theory, scientists exploring expanding fireballs that mimic the early universe have new signs to look for as they map out the transition from primordial plasma to matter as we know it.
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## As ESS Project Matures, Technical Installations Take Centre Stage

ABOVE: The Target Monolith begins to take shape as site workers prepare steel reinforcement and form work for the concrete foundation. PHOTO: ESS • Wee
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## Very high energy gamma-ray astronomy with HAWC

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## Extreme Light Infrastructure—Nuclear Physics: The Future is Bright at Extremes

(2016). Extreme Light Infrastructure—Nuclear Physics: The Future is Bright at Extremes. Nuclear Physics News: Vol. 26, No. 4, pp. 4-5. doi: 10.1080/10619127.2016.1247532
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