The latest local and international news on nuclear medicine and radiation products.
The IAEA organised a course in Lusaka, Zambia, for medical physicists, radiologists, technicians and regulators from across the region to improve their technical skills in assuring safety in nuclear medicine. Source: Nuclear Medicine Professionals in Africa Trained on...read more
Researchers have found a workaround to create chemical compounds that could prove useful for medical imaging and drug development. Source: Seeing more with PET scans: New chemistry for medical imaging: Surprising new mechanism for attaching chemical tracers discovered...read more
The IAEA is playing an important role in supporting the sustainable and safe operation of research reactors, and should continue to assist countries embarking on new research reactor projects and facilitating access to facilities for countries that do not have...read more
The Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) uses cutting-edge nuclear technology to investigate the origins and progression of cancers, as well as contribute to the development of treatments. In May, the ANSTO staff will be swapping their lab...read more
A Phase 1 trial evaluating Betalutin, an anti-CD37 antibody attached to a radioactive compound, in patients with relapsed diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (DLBCL) has dosed its first participant. Betalutin, the first of a new generation of...read more